Students create YouTube videos solving algebra problems

02/7/2012 | T.H.E. Journal

High-school algebra teacher Vito Ferrante has students create YouTube videos as a way to increase their engagement in learning. Students use their own Flip cameras and smartphones to create videos of themselves solving problems, which gives Ferrante insight into their understanding of concepts. "It seems like they're catching their problems a lot more quickly, and they're not just doing the same things over and over again incorrectly," said Ferrante, who teaches at Jesuit High School near Sacramento, Calif.

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