Flipped lessons redefine homework at an Iowa school

04/12/2013 | Gazette (Cedar Rapids-Marion, Iowa), The

Teachers and students in an Iowa middle school are praising flipped instruction, saying the practice helps improve teaching and learning and is a better use of educational resources. By having students watch short instructional videos at home, educators say they are able to use classroom time to allow students to work on problem-solving activities in small groups.

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