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In 2010-2011, Chapter 9 was a "mandatory remediation and retake" test for all of my students. As you can see, 2010-2011 students had a 60% class average with 58% of the students receiving D's or F's. Once these students went through an extra week of class time, before and after school required tutoring, and a new version of the test, the class average was 72.7% with only 37% of the students receiving D's or F's.
For my flipped classroom this year, there was no extra mandatory remediation or support outside of the normal class time. My students scored amazingly better compared to last year's pre-remediation students, and just about right on par with the post-remediation students, which shows a great impact of the flipped classroom!
As compared to the pre-remediation 2010-2011 students, my flipped classroom students this year scored
9.83% higher in class average
25% more students received A's or B's
20.6% fewer students received D's or F's!
2.64% lower in class average
exact same % students received A's or B's