Why one Canadian educator ditched flipped instruction

04/4/2013 | EdTech magazine

Shelley Wright, a learning consultant for Prairie South School Division 210 in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, experimented for more than a year with the flipped-instructional model. Her goal, she writes in this commentary, was to transition to the inquiry- or project-based learning environment. However, she has since shifted away from the flipped-instructional model, saying it "didn't produce the ­transformative learning experience I knew I wanted for my students."

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