Inside the Flipped Classroom — THE Journal

By 5:01 p.m. on a Tuesday afternoon, Byron High School (MN) math teacher Troy Faulkner has already received five e-mails from his students: “Where’s tomorrow’s video lesson? We are waiting!” With their laptops, tablets, or smartphones–whatever is convenient–Faulkner’s students are waiting to log on to Moodle and watch a YouTube video of him solving quadratic equations. In the classroom the next day, Faulkner will work with students as they demonstrate how well they understand the concepts laid out in the lecture the night before.
Welcome to a “flipped classroom” at Byron High School–where the lectures are homework, and problem solving with the teacher is class time.
via Inside the Flipped Classroom — THE Journal.

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