3 comments on “Flipping Classrooms and Hegartymaths

  1. For a university level perspective, watching Eric Mazur’s lecture is eye-opening:

    I wouldn’t have the guts to try it though…

  2. This is the approach was also advocated by Salman Khan where teachers assign the videos to watch as homework and then do the related problem sets in class. He talked about it in one of his TED talks. (See khanacademy.org).

    By the way, I am a great fan of your 1001 Math book. Perhaps you can write on Origami Math someday. There was a recent documentary called Beyond the Folds that covered the varied aspects of origami in art, engineering, science and creativity.

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