Advanced Placement calculus teacher Stacey Roshan is joining a growing number of educators who are embracing the "flipped" model of instruction, where students use technology to access lectures at home while classroom time is reserved for hands-on lessons and activities. Roshan said the model allows her to cover the required material in less time and has led to better test scores. "It's about changing the dynamic of how you deliver the instruction," she said.
Technology enables teacher to "flip" her instruction method
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