How to create a 'flipped' video lecture for at-home study
Math teacher Stacey Roshan creates video lectures that her students watch at home or on mobile devices. Photo by Mike Fritz/ PBS NewsHour
Stacey Roshan, a math teacher at the Bullis School in Potomac, Md., does it at her dining room table and sometimes on the sofa. Andy Kastl and his colleagues at suburban Detroit's Clintondale High School do it in a sparse room in a corner of their school.
What are they doing? Recording lectures for students to watch at home or on their mobile phones as part of the flipped classroom approach to teaching.