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Flipping the Classroom / Flipped Classes ~ Resources and Ideas **NEW**
Updated December 17, 2012
Looking for resources for flipping your math class?
"Flipping" is one term for blended learning, a mix of face-to-face teaching and learning in the classroom along with on-line instructional video and other on-line activities, usually outside the regular class time. Blended strategies, when used carefully, strategically, and thoughtfully, can increase the time students engage with mathematics, while allowing students to personalize their experience as well. Class time can be better used for rich group activities, discussion, labs, and exploration, along with one-on-one tutoring. Time at home or in another location with internet access can be used for individual preview, review, and practice using carefully chosen (or created) resources, including audio, video, and interactive mathematics experiences.
Below are some resources that you may find helpful:The Flipped Learning Network - A Professional Learning Community for Educators using Screencasting in education
Khan Academy - One of the original math resouces for flipped classes, now expanded to a teaching, practice, and assessment suite.
Math is Power 4U - Over 2,400 math mini-lessons and videos with a combination of presentation software and voiceover.
MathActive - these lessons, with teacher notes, could be used as part of on-line math experiences for students