Going over the data analysis scenario, I feel like fit is something that can be done. Look like to me it is focuses more on the children rather than the teacher; I feel that practice labs and independent practices is something that the teacher should work on with the children. To me, it shows the children having more responsibility to live up to. Furthermore, when it comes to having a flipped classroom I think it will be a little over whelming for the children because they may be struggling or have never done it before. However; at the end I think that it may be stressful but at the same time they should give it a try, and this may help to improve their learning abilities in math. The method for coding and categorizing our idea of the qualitative data was the questions that were asked at the end as well as the answers. When the parent is able to express their concerns they will feel better. When looking at the theme I noticed it was different for the parents because they had no idea what a flipped classroom were and what to expect from it. It appeared as though they were disagreeing with teachers, because they taught the teacher was trying to change as well as trying something new. When it comes to making changes to anything in the classroom but at the same time the parents may not know how to take the changes and that is why the parents will lash out towards the teacher. However parents should think about things before lashing out and look at the point of view of the teacher to know that they are only trying to help and make things better for their children. The children should be responsible for their actions and be held accountable for what they do. No matter what kind of change the teachers are trying to make the parents will always be afraid of change. I think instead of beginning afraid they should embrace along with the children and move forward. The parents should try to look at from the teacher aspect of thing to know they are trying to help and not hurt the children; by no means. We as educator must know our limits and how far we can go when we are trying to introduce new things to the children as well as to the parents.