My innovation grant was testing the affect of using a “modified” flipped classroom design in Algebra 2. Students proved to love this as an instructional choice and it was evidenced in their improvement in achievement. Rather than the traditional flip, which requires students to watch videos outside class, my modified approach (I called a flip-flop) was to bring the video into the classroom with whole class instruction. This enables me to essentially clone myself. On the video, I am the expert delivering instruction. In the classroom, however I become a facilitator and a helper to help students follow instruction more closely. This has been especially effective with my inclusion class population.