Rotating Solids and Flipping Instruction

  • Rotating Solids and Flipping Instruction

    Lynette Grypp and Jennifer Luebeck
    Action research helped one classroom teacher make thoughtful, data-based decisions about embracing new strategies and technologies.
    Technology is causing us to rethink the entire notion of classroom learning, not only with respect to what learning should take place but also where it should take place. Walk down a high school hallway, and you will see teachers and students accessing myriad forms of technology. Teachers guide lessons using SMART Boards™ and document cameras; students take notes on laptops and tablets; data and feedback are gathered using smartphones and clickers. In this fast-changing environment, how can teachers make thoughtful decisions about using new technologies? By the time formal research findings are available, an innovation may be old news.
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