I'm tired of the term "Flipped Classroom." Besides the fact that it is a mouthful to say, no one seems to like it. Apparently no one likes the idea of having the students more engaged in class with less HW to do outside of school. No one likes the idea that the teacher, by no longer taking up time to lecture, no longer the focus of the classroom, is now free to converse with students for longer periods of time. No one also seems to like the idea of experimenting with new teaching methods, but rather would prefer to judge them based on articles and blog posts on the Internet.
So I am tired of using the term Flipped Classroom to describe what I am doing. When I cut my students' workload in half by using this method, I got attacked. When my students began to do more inquiry labs, which require more time on everyone's part to develop, people questioned my methods. When my students' grades in class began to rise and the lowest anyone earns is the grade that they want to earn, I am told I inflate grades (despite the fact that my students complete 3 times more work to get that grade).
Now that's something I can't get tired about.