They do what they do.
Thinking about schools and peers and parent-child attachments....I came across one of my favorite posts .
I responded to your article. I mentioned that I watched a couple of Khan math videos to see if there were any improvements since the last time I studied them and they were just awful lectures. And they were badly made. They would be awful even if they were live. Even a laugh track (how about an ooooh! track) would not help.Unfortunately, flipping never is just flipping - doing homework in class and watching lectures at home. Flipping is often a justification for having students do group work in class, not individual homework.
Teachers don't seem to have a problem with lectures (perfect example of the terrible "sage on the stage")as long as they don't have to do them.
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