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Why Flipped?

Reasons to Flip my 6th Grade Math Classroom

Stephen Vander Hijde

on 26 September 2012

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Transcript of Why Flipped?

Why Flip My Classroom? What is a Flipped Classroom? But before we answer "Why?" we need to ask... leveraging technology to get the most instructionally differentiating instruction/practice contact with every student
(& efficient use of LC teachers) increased engagement in the classroom What are the benefits of Flipping? What about students with no computer at home? What about kids who don't have the internet at home but a computer? What about those that don't do the homework? What about spontaneous questions during viewing of video? Anticipated "Drawbacks" of Flipping How does Flipping work with the gradual release model? Video @ Home In Class: Review (w/problems) In Class: Partners/Quads InClass: Independent Work What is... acebook' feel but leverages class social network for instruction Answer: Edmodo Answer: Student will view video independently during first part of class, then join rest of class. Continued pattern results in student viewing lesson during recess. Answer: Flashdrive. Answer:
View lesson before school in class or at recess. increased engagement outside the classroom lessons can be viewed and reviewed
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