Kewaunee teacher creatively "flipping" classrooms

This year has been a time of adjustment for everyone, schools especially. Teachers are having to find new ways of relaying curriculum to their students in this unprecedented year. Mitchell Hahn, one of the Kewaunee High School's mathematics teachers has found a creative way to keep his students connected and up to date with the curriculum. He shares the struggles that he has faced.



Hahn has found a way to keep students engaged as he implements the “flipped classroom” for his AP Calculus class. 



This is only one of the many ways that teachers are working to educate their students the best that they can through this difficult time.



You can listen to the complete interview with Mr. Hahn on the podcast page.



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