### Browsed byCategory: Flipped Friday

Flipped Friday – Intro Stats

## Flipped Friday – Intro Stats

Last fall I started teaching my intro stats class using the flipped classroom model. I have found many benefits to this approach: My students are more active and engaged in class. I am able to cover much more material than I ever covered before – including simulations, bootstrapping, and non parametric tests. My students level of understanding when it comes to inferential statistics and the “big picture” is higher than ever. I am currently blogging each day, documenting my progress…

Flipped Friday – Imaginary Numbers?

## Flipped Friday – Imaginary Numbers?

In my Intermediate Algebra course, we finished our work with rational equations and their applications this Wednesday. On Monday I plan to get through solving quadratic equations by factoring, by extracting square roots, by completing the square, and by the quadratic formula. I thought I’d walk you through my thoughts for setting up the Flip assignment for that day. Flip Topic 1: Factoring Trinomials and Differences of Squares These are review topics from Elementary Algebra, and students have been factoring…

Draw the Line Between Pre-Class and In-Class

## Draw the Line Between Pre-Class and In-Class

It’s Flipped Friday, where I update how my flipped classes are going. If you want to see how my Intro Stats course is going, check out the day-by-day posts on my StatBlog. This week I had planned to cover two sections in my intermediate algebra class – multiplication and division of radical expressions, and solving radical equations. I decided to devote half of the two-hour block to the first section, and the rest of the class to the second section….

Flipped Friday – Using MyMathLab for Pre-Class Assignments

## Flipped Friday – Using MyMathLab for Pre-Class Assignments

This semester I will be posting about my experiences with the Flipped Classroom. I am using this approach in my Statistics class, and you can read about my day-by-day progress here. I am also using this approach in my Intermediate Algebra class, as well as some of my materials in an online Elementary Algebra class. If you have questions, comments, or topics you’d like me to cover, please leave a comment or reach out to me on Twitter. Pre-Class Assignments…