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Flipping the Math Classroom

I attended a session today at TCEA on Flipping the HS math classroom. The presenter was from a school in Western Texas and like BMS’s students, all of her students have a laptops. By using the laptops, google forms and other software, she was able to flip her classroom. Her student’s used their time at home, for the introduction of new material, with the use of video lessons, and a reflection on the lesson presented. This was their only homework, and each video was about 10 minutes long. Class time was used as discussion and guided practice time. This allowed the teacher to focus on students who were struggling with the content during class. ┬áThe following link provides the website that was used by the presenter: http://www.esc18.net/Page/496 . Each icon on the page links to one or more useful links.

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    Nice synopsis of a Flipped Classroom, which seems to be a big trend right now. Perhaps we’ll move in that direction in our district as well.

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