The benefits of flipped-mastery instruction in the social studies classroom

01/20/2014 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

Connecticut social studies teacher Tom Driscoll turned to flipped instruction after realizing his high-school students were failing to grasp concepts he was teaching using traditional methods in class. Driscoll, also a technology integration specialist, writes in this blog post that his students became more empowered and developed a deeper sense of ownership over their own learning with the flipped-mastery method.

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