Creating a Self-Paced Lesson with Video: Amy Holly, Hammond HS

Amy Holly, a math teacher at Hammond High School, is incorporating video into her lessons in a unique way that allows students to progress at their own pace.  She is combining old-school pencil & paper with QR codes and YouTube videos.  It works this way: After teaching a particular skill, she leverages technology for review.  Students receive practice problems to work through on paper in class.  After working through a problem to the best of their ability, they scan a QR code (with their own personal device) which takes them to a YouTube video of Mrs. Holly or another math teacher explaining in great detail how to solve the problem. Once the student feels they fully understand how the problem is solved, they can move on to the next problem.

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