Flipped Classroom: eSpark as Differentiated Homework
Get an inside look at an innovative 6th grade classroom at Mineola Middle School in Mineola, NY. Watch as co-teachers Leslie VanBell and Anthony Tramonte facilitate their 1:1 blended learning classroom and describe how eSpark has simplified differentiated instruction for their students. In this flipped classroom model, students primarily use eSpark as differentiated homework. When in school, students are given time to collaborate with other students or work individually with their teacher to review, finalize, and submit their eSpark work.
More about Mineola
- See the results of Mineola's innovative flipped classrooms in this eSpark Case Study
- Get advice from Mineola's Superintendent, Dr. Michael Nagler, on implementing a successful iPad program in our recent webinar Flipping the Classroom with iPads or read the Q&A transcript, Technology in the Classroom at Mineola.
- Watch a 3-minute microdocumentary about Mineola's district-wide iPad initiative to personalize learning with eSpark.