More schools adopt flipped instructional method

04/9/2012 | Columbus Dispatch (Ohio), The

A growing number of teachers nationwide are adopting the flipped instructional method -- in which students view lectures online and practice what they have learned in class. While there is little research on the technique, there have been success stories. "It's spreading because innovative teachers are looking for a way to use technology to transform the traditional classroom," said Jim Warford, a senior consultant at the New York-based International Center for Leadership in Education.

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