Every time I talk about Flipped classrooms, I always get asked a few questions- and it’s usually a math teacher that asks me.
1. How do we make sure students actually watch the video we assign as homework?
2. How do I make (fill-in-the-math-concept-here) interesting on video?
I’ve not had much in the way of good concrete answers to those. I usually talk about how if the content and delivery are really good, the kids are more likely to watch a video. And I talk about how applying math concepts to real-world situations is always more compelling for students.
But now, I’ve found a YouTube channel that is math based, amazing, and not Khan Academy (which, honestly, I’m not a huge fan of…). Witness this: