Thanks for asking!

]]>Thanks so much for your great posts! Can you tell me how long your self-graded quizzes are? And do you see all of the students every day?

I’m doing a flipped classroom model in my 11th grade IB Math Studies class and I make the videos on my iPad as a screen recording (with notes on Notability). I have them fill out a exit ticket online so that I know how much they understand before we start class. I used EdPuzzle last year, but the students had a really hard time accessing it this year.

Have you had to do any extra work to have your flipped model work for your Algebra 1 class? I also teach 9th grade Algebra 1, but I feel like many of them would not watch the video at home… was it a steep learning curve for them?

Thanks for your thoughts!

Chikae

]]>I post a question on the board to check for understanding. Scrap paper was around the room for students to grab and write down the answer. Then they put it in one of the columns themselves, that way I can hone in on who gets it and who doesn’t get it. Perhaps most worrisome are those students who think they get it but really don’t.

I hope that helps!

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