"When I go into a Flipped Mastery Math class, I see students taking responsibility for their own learning. Students are engaged, working, most even look as though they are enjoying their work. I feel confident that these students are prepared to move to the next level of math. Flipped Mastery offers students the opportunity to progress at their own rate. The student is in control. This alone has to empower students.
For teachers, this is a different way of teaching. It is a different way of providing students information, of looking at students as individuals. Teachers work as hard or harder in this type of classroom. They have to be prepared to know their curriculum from the beginning to the end, because students will be challenging their skills. And this is a good thing. Everyone seems to have moved to a higher level, including the teacher.
I believe in experimenting in education to help increase student achievement and this program does that. It allows both teachers and students to grow. Hard work and effort is found in this program. It is exactly what is needed to help increase student achievement. "
"For the first time in my administrative career I see enthusiastic math students when I walk into a Flipped Mastery classroom. It starts with the enthusiasm but it continues with increased student achievement. Seeing this student success is one of the joys of this job."