Flipped instruction is taking root in Wis. schools

02/25/2013 | Wisconsin State Journal (Madison)

A growing number of schools in Wisconsin are adopting the flipped instructional method -- drawn to the teaching technique for its flexibility and popularity among students. Veteran teacher Ann Moffat recently switched from the Socratic lecture-style teaching method to flipped instruction and said it allows her to offer students more individualized instruction and fewer students are seeking help before class. "They're learning how to work off each other and solve problems independently, which is the whole goal," Moffat said.

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