So what a is a flipped classroom anyway? It is a basically taking the idea of what is typically done in the classroom (teacher instruction) and what is usually done at home (practice problems for homework) and FLIPPING them!
For homework each night, my students have a short video that they must watch for their homework. I create my videos using Educreations but you could also use videos from YouTube or Kahn Academy. As they watch, they take notes and record any definitions, examples, or problems that I complete throughout. My videos are typically between five and ten minutes. Students often need to pause in order to write down the definitions or rewind if something doesn't make sense to them. In total, most of my students spend approximately fifteen to twenty minutes per night working on math related homework.
When they walk in the door for math class each morning, I check to see that they have completed their notes, address any blaring issues that I see at the time, and pass out an Exit Ticket. The students will complete their Exit Ticket without any help or assistance from me.
As I collect them, I sort them into groups. Typically, the skill typically determines how I sort them. For example, on the day that I snapped this picture, I sorted tickets by:
*Students who were able to correctly answer all three questions
*Students who missed questions due to math fact issues
*Students who didn't add in a number they carried
*Students who were completely clueless to the process.
On other skills, I might just sort them by who got them all correct, who missed one, who missed two, ect.