Ga. district tries out "flipped" faculty meetings

03/5/2014 | Times (Gainesville, Ga.), The

Leaders in Hall County Schools in Georgia are testing the flipped classroom model for faculty meetings and professional development. Middle-school principal Shane Rayburn recently posted a 12-minute video -- to replace what usually was a 45-minute faculty meeting -- that teachers watched during planning periods or on smartphones after school. "Allowing professionals to access needed information when it fits their busy schedule is transformational," said Superintendent Will Schofield.

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