Flipped instruction turns around middle-school history lessons

09/28/2012 | Dallas Morning News (free content), The

Disappointed their students were not engaged in classroom lessons, two teachers at a Texas middle school decided to flip the script. The educators, who teach a history class together, adopted the flipped instructional method in which students view instructional videos at home and use class time to complete homework assignments instead of listening to lectures. Teachers say the change allows more time for in-depth discussion of difficult concepts and one-on-one work with individual students.

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