How some students in N.J. are responding to flipped learning

04/29/2013 | Courier-Post (Camden-Cherry Hill, N.J.)

Students in some New Jersey schools say flipped instruction is working for them because they can work at their own pace and get targeted help from educators and peers during class. One teacher uses the model in her seventh-grade pre-algebra class, where students are asked to watch short, prerecorded videos at home, and in the classroom, students work in groups based on their specific areas of need.

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Courier-Post (Camden-Cherry Hill, N.J.)

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