The flipped classroom has two parts: cooperative group activities in class and digitally-based individual instruction out of class. Moving direct instruction to homework videos and practice problems focuses class time on students developing deeper conceptual understanding through collaboration and guided practice, in turn supporting students' Motivation. While all students can benefit from this deeper engagement with math, research has found that flipped classrooms help struggling students in particular because teachers have more time to work with them.
Watch how this urban high school implemented flipped classrooms across the entire school to provide students more individualized support and peer-to-peer interaction. Students without Internet at home are provided extra time in the school's media lab.
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