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Wednesday, May 25, 2016
'Flipped classroom' being used at Carey
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Students are finding the flipped classroom approach extremely helpful.

“It’s like she was teaching class, just in my house,” Frank Cannon, one of Bisal’s students, said.

“I liked the way she explained it and showed us what to do,” Katerina Giannakopulos, another one of Bisal’s students, said.

Students found that one of the best things about this approach is that if something is unclear or difficult to understand, they can simply pause the video and go back. They don’t have to worry about interrupting the lesson or raising their hands and asking a question.

Bisal found tremendous success with her first foray into the “flipped classroom.” She said it’s been reinforcement at its best.

“They really enjoyed the video,” Bisal said. “Some students were even quoting me.”


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