"What did you learn in school today?" "Nothing." The same ritual happens in millions of homes every day.
In this series, we talk to 5 teachers who turn that question on its head—sometimes inverting the whole classroom paradigm in the process. First up: Shauna Hedgepeth, Oak Grove High School, Hattiesburg, Mississippi. See how Shauna battles what she calls "Brain Flush"—students forgetting everything they learned in class by the time homework hour rolls around. Now her class uses Jing to record key problems in class for later review at home.