Have you Flipped Yet?

A recent article on the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) website discusses how flipping your classroom can be an effective method in To Flip or Not to Flip: That is NOT the Question!If you're not sure how to start, Atomic Learning can help, check out the Effective Presentation Design Workshop if your students have a presentation opportunity in the future.
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A recent article on the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) website discusses how flipping your classroom can be an effective method in To Flip or Not to Flip: That is NOT the Question!

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In the article, NCTM President, Linda M. Gojak states,

"Teachers who have begun to flip their classrooms claim that this approach allows more one-on-one time with each student and increases student motivation, at the same time that students take greater responsibility for their own learning."

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Keep in mind using a flipped classroom approach is more than just the how-to, as Gojak shares:

"A combination of well-thought-out strategies that consider student needs, incorporate the characteristics of effective instruction, and develop understanding of mathematical concepts will have the greatest impact on student achievement."

If you're not sure how to start, Atomic Learning can help, check out the Effective Presentation Design Workshop if your students have a presentation opportunity in the future.

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