I know what a flipped classroom is, but I honestly thought of it as a rare thing. My daughter is in 8th grade and is taking geometry (in our state, that's an advanced math for her age. She took Algebra I in 7th grade and did very well.) At BTS night, her teacher, who has been an educator for about 20 years, said she will try the flipped classroom for the first time, on her geometry students. She doesn't know how it will go, but she's giving it her best, etc. OK, most of the kids who are in 8th grade geometry are advanced kids with pretty supportive parents and home Internet access. However, I feel like my daughter is a guinea pig. If this fails, it could seriously hold her back in terms of grades and getting into magnet programs next year. Do any of you have any experience with a flipped classroom? Thoughts, please?