Are students are doing the work in the flipped classroom?

* Stacey Roshan has found that flipping her math class leads to more powerful classroom interactions.
Stacey Roshan has found that flipping her math class leads to more powerful classroom interactions.

In-video quizzes answer the question: ‘Who is doing their homework?’ and help direct the focus of class.

In the three years that my advanced math classes have been flipped, I have been able to get to know my students, as individuals, better than I have ever been able to before. My goal is always to make the classroom feel a little more like play, while still maintaining rigor. I have found that inverting the traditional classroom dynamic has lowered anxiety levels while increasing student performance. The same is proving true for other teachers around the world.

So, why isn’t everyone flipping? Simply put, the flipped classroom challenges the dominant format of our education system—lecture delivery—which remains prevalent in the U.S.

Read more: With flipped learning, how to make sure students are doing the work | eSchool News.