Teachers exploring a new way to spend one on one time with students are finding that flipped classrooms are a great way to improve individual attention to students while being able to present their subjects in more depth.
In the Tri-City United school district, students watch lessons online during study hall or at home. Their class time is spent working on homework with the assistance of their teacher.
Flipped classrooms are nothing new. TCU Superintendent Teri Preisler had experience with them during her previous position, and has known about them for 10 years. “The reason that we began to look at it here was we knew that it’d be a way to provide more one-on-one time between the teacher and students,” she said.
Teachers create lesson plans that students can access on a website called Moodle. Lessons, videos, practice quizzes, and other items are hosted on Moodle
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