In support of the "flipped" approach to teaching math

09/19/2011 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Columnist Gareth Cook writes in support of the "flipped" classroom model, in which students receive online instruction at home and practice what they have learned with a teacher in the classroom. Cook writes that this approach is especially beneficial for teaching math, which can be seen in the rising test scores in a California school district that has been using Khan Academy videos to help students learn math concepts at home and at their own pace.

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