Integration Doc: Flip in High School Mathematics

Flip Basics 💻📱🖥

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Here are the basics: When you set up your account, you’ll first create a Topic for your learning community. Topics are discussion prompts that your students respond to with short videos. Students then Record a Response and post their video or view and Add a Comment to one another’s Responses.

Groups are a great way for educators to organize multiple Topics and share them with a community of learners. Invite your students to respond to an individual Topic or to access your Group of Topics by sharing the Join Code or Link.

Flip is available on the web and via our iOS and Android apps. 

Flip in High School Mathematics 📊📏

During In high school Math, students learn reasoning with expressions, equations, and inequalities, interpreting and building functions, and expressing geometric properties. Flip provides a fun and social way to engage your students on any Math lesson! Here are a few ways that Flip can ignite engagement and capture your students’ learning process:

⭐️ Explain geometric formulas and use them to solve problems
⭐️ Show how to extend the properties of exponents to rational exponents
Perform arithmetic operations with complex numbers
Use polynomial identities to solve problems
Create equations to represent relationships between quantities
Prove formulas for sine, cosine, and tangent
Demonstrate relationships between two- and three-dimensional objects

Once you’re ready to create your first discussion Topic, you can dive right in from your Educator Admin or head to the Discovery Library for inspiration. Here is a sampling of Mathematics Topics currently available in the Disco Library, all created by your peers and ready to be used with your learners!

🚀 Discovery Library: Pre-Algebra

Challenging Problems by Eric Simoncelli: A Topic where students showcase how to solve a challenging problem of their choice.

I use Math everyday in… by Ryan Jolivette: A Topic for showing how math is used all around us.

Systems of Equations by Chris Webb: A Topic where students showcase different methods for solving systems of equations.

🚀 Discovery Library: Algebra

Pros and Cons of Vertex Form by Lilly Dang: A Topic debating a quadratic function written in vertex form.

Solving Systems of Inequalities by Myra Alcantar: A Topic having students solve systems of inequalities by graphing.

Inverse of Functions by Lilly Dang: A Topic for students to explain how to find the inverse of functions.

🚀 Discovery Library: Geometry

Kinds of Reasoning by Joy Bacwaden: A Topic to introduce Proving Triangle Congruency.

Pythagorean Theorem Story by Randy Woods: A Topic for students to explain how to use the Pythagorean Theorem by telling a story.

Surface Area and Volume by Maggie Simmons-Ward: A Topic for creating a new candy container based on different factors.

Consider this: ISTE Standards for Students 💡

Knowledge Constructor 3 - Students critically curate a variety of resources using digital tools to construct knowledge, produce creative artifacts and make meaningful learning experiences for themselves and others. 3D: Students build knowledge by actively exploring real-world issues and problems, developing ideas and theories and pursuing answers and solutions.

Computational Thinker 5 - Students develop and employ strategies for understanding and solving problems in ways that leverage the power of technological methods to develop and test solutions. 5A: Students formulate problem definitions suited for technology-assisted methods such as data analysis, abstract models and algorithmic thinking in exploring and finding solutions.

Want even more!? 🤓

💥 Join Education Innovation Leads Jornea Erwin, Jess Boyce, and Ann Kozma for a LIVE Professional Development session. 

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💥 Become a Level One Flip Certified Educator.

There is no limit to the ways you can use Flip with learners in mathematics. Dive in and help your students define and share their voice and respect the diverse voices of their peers. We are here to support you!

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