One reason teachers want to flip lessons is because the essential learning happens for students during the application phase. Using the flipped model means students individually learn the concept and then engage in deeper application with teacher support in the classroom.
This is a 4th grade math example, but the same idea can be applied with any of our Classworks units.
- Assign Classworks Unit 1438 on comparing and ordering decimals for the students to complete at home.
- Generate the Assignment Results Report to help you differentiate instruction.
- If the student scored on or above mastery level, assign the Start Your Engines Performance Task to help them with practical application of the concept.
- If the student needs extra support, dive deeper using the Classworks Hundreds Grid. Give them time to practice finding and ordering decimals, while you identify and address misconceptions.
When you're ready to get started, remember:
- Direct instruction at home with a Classworks unit
- The Assignment Results Report to inform your instruction
- Performance Tasks for real-world application
- The College and Career Readiness Rubric to score performance tasks and track CCR.