Do students learn better using flipped instruction?

05/5/2013 | Sioux City Journal (Iowa)

For some Iowa high-school students, teachers have turned the tables on traditional teaching through the flipped-classroom method. Using technology, students do their homework in the classroom and learn through Internet-based course materials on their own at home. Educators say the change has been met with mostly positive feedback and allowed students to do more learning and thinking.

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