Test scores are back ...100% of my students met or exceeded standards in math! Whoo-hoo! This year I was able to spend more time working with individuals and small groups. I could direct students to specific videos to review concepts when necessary. My students worked cooperatively with each other and learned from each other. They even had fun working in partner groups on games designed to strengthen their math skills. All things considered, I would definitely say my first year flipping was a success! (Insert smiley face)
Some of my students put together a video (completely made and edited by them) about their thoughts on our flipped class. You can watch it here.
Sunday, May 26, 2013
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