Teacher: Flipped lessons allow for more one-on-one time with students

11/1/2013 | Vineyard Gazette (Edgartown, Mass.)

Flipping math lessons gives one fifth-grade teacher in Massachusetts more class time each day to work with students individually as they practice math problems. Teacher Sue Miller posts seven-minute lectures to Edmondo, has students write a summary of the lesson each night and awards extra credit to students who write down questions they had about the lesson. Students without Internet access can watch the videos at school before class starts.

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