This year ended with a bang! I really enjoyed how students responded to the different technology tools and digital learning activities I presented to them. Next school year, I have decided to step it up a notch and integrate a Flipped Classroom model.
A Flipped Classroom is where students do their learning at home and do practice, remediation, and enrichment activities during class time. The selling point for me was know I would have more time during class to work with my students.
This school year (and all others) I experienced many students not having all the required foundational skills needed to be successful in math. I believe the Flipped Classroom model will help me give students that additional time and support.
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6. How can you modify your classroom space to encourage learning?
4. Classroom Content
Practice Student Activities (PSA)
Students will also be provided with an Activity Sheet and a Unit Choice Board for each Unit that will have a list of all required activities that must be completed within the Unit.
- Students will be able to communicate with me outside of school using Google Voice, email, or EDU for help.
- Students will use Today's Meet as a Parking Lot to post questions or problems they need assistance with.
- Students will create an Interactive Notebook that will be used as a study toolbox.