I taught Algebra fifteen years and flipped my Algebra class two years ago. I also have experience teaching middle school Math and Science.
In my flipped classroom, I include lots of fun activities to keep my students engaged and practice their new Algebra skills. I’ve found a good balance between large-group activities, small-group activities and individual activities to help my students master important Algebra skills in a variety of ways. I believe that accuracy is important to success in Algebra, so I ensure that each activity allows my students to check themselves or each other for accuracy and/or allows me to quickly check their work for accuracy.
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I graduated from William Woods in Fulton, Missouri.
To help other teachers, I created a free video series for TpT about how I flipped my Algebra class. Please join me on my blog at www.flippingalgebra.com. I hope to share some of the insights I've gained and use this blog as a forum for discussion and to answer your questions about flipping Algebra.