Vanderbilt University describes flipping the classroom as “students gaining their first exposure to new material outside of the class, usually via reading or lecture videos, and then use class time to do the harder work of assimilating that knowledge through problem-solving and discussion”.

In contrast to the traditional school approach of homework, at The Alice Daring Academy, we use the flipped classroom because when the most engaging work, the calculations, experimentation, and essay writing occurs during the school day your child has immediate guidance and support from the teacher. This removes the frustration and anxiety children can have about a subject.

With confidence comes mastery.