Troy Faulkner has been teaching mathematics since
1990 at the high school and college level. Since 2010, he has been
flipping his classroom, and has adapted to include peer-instruction since 2012.
He has had numerous national and international articles published about
flipped learning and developing a textbook free curriculum, including a chapter
of a book about Peer Instruction Flipped Learning model that he co-authored
with a colleague. His heart for helping students learn and improving the
learning process allowed he and his department to receive the Intel School of
Distinction Award for High School Mathematics.