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Virtual Nerd: How Do You Graph a System of Equations

Ever thought about flipping your classroom?
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Ever thought about flipping your classroom? Flipping means having students watch videos on their own and then spend valuable class time practicing those skills. It allows for the teacher to have many more 1 on 1 conversations, but it can be hard to find good videos to use. Virtual Nerd provides teachers with some of these great videos. This particular video focuses on graphing a system of equations. Take a look and start flipping tomorrow!

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