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*“Flipping” a classroom is usually thought of as having students watch video lessons at home, and then coming to class the next day prepared to work on problems during class time. This week middle school teachers are blogging about their experiences with flipping the math classroom, even if they have only flipped one lesson. I am excited to see the different ways teachers are improving on this model, as I haven’t had much success with all students in my classroom when they watch a video at home.*

Next week, we will blog about student reflection and goal setting. This can be academic, or character building. To suggest a topic, fill out the survey below.

- Mary, SLOP-py research from the Flipped Learning Network via ClassroomWindow.com
- Heather Kohn, @heather_kohn, Pre-Flipping the Classroom
- Patti W., @MsPattiW, #msSunFun Flipping the Math Classroom, a Beginning
- Nicole Graham, My Flipped Unit

How do you handle students that don’t have internet access?

Thanks for this topic!! I’ve been thinking about trying this and now I have a few resources to use!