the Shelton Class story
It's 7:45am and the room is packed with 30 high school juniors and seniors. For non-teachers, it’s the stuff nightmares are made of – they’d eat us alive. But in this room, it's so quiet you could hear a pin drop and it’s not because
they're sleeping. All eyes are intently focused at the front of the room. Ears perked.
Welcome to Mrs. Shelton’s Class.
Here, students are taught to think, not to mindlessly repeat – or “vomit” as this anatomy class likes to say – information they were just taught.
The result? Full attention. Engagement.
The method? Passion, trust, respect. And oh yeah, video.