About Flipped

This semester in Pre-Calculus we will be implementing the 'Flipped Classroom' model.  Below are some good resources that explain how it works and it's benefits.


Flory's Flipped Classroom FAQ

*modified from Mrs. Kirsch's 'Flipped Classroom Letter for Parents'


Tips for students to make the Flipped Classroom work!

  • Watch lessons in a quiet, peaceful environment, just like you would other homework.
  • Turn notifications on your phone off and try to reduce any other distractions.
  • Use headphones -- the audio is just as important as the video!
  • Watch on a screen larger than your phone.
  • Pause & rewind frequently to copy down notes and digest information.
  • At a minimum, copy down everything shown on screen and repeated verbally.
  • Rewatch whenever needed.
  • Print and use guided notes when they are available.
  • If extra examples are given, be sure to try them and come with questions to next class.
  • Personalize your notes -- add color, doodles, comments -- make them your own.
  • Study your notes after you take them!  They are a great resource!
  • Take responsibility for your learning… 



Other resources:



  • View the infographic below:

Flipped Classroom

Created by Knewton


I hope that this wealth of information about the flipped classroom gives you a better idea of what Mr. Flory's classroom will look like this semester and the reasoning behind it.

If you have any questions or concerns, please e-mail me at JFLORY@wcpss.net.


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