How flipped instruction changed one student's life

02/15/2013 | eSchool News (free registration)

Switching to the flipped instructional method during the junior year of high school made a huge impact on Kylie McAuley's education -- and life -- the now 12th-grader writes in this commentary. McAuley notes that the instructional method allowed her to learn at her own pace -- rewinding to portions of the lecture that she did not understand. "Almost overnight, my grades went from B's and B-'s- to all A's," she writes. "I began to understand complex problems that I never before grasped."

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