Students in an Ill. school try flipped instruction

10/8/2013 | Rockford Register Star (Ill.)

Teachers nationwide are trying new instructional methods to help students build solid math skills. In a Rockford, Ill., school, students in a college-level math class are using a flipped instructional model. Students enrolled in the class study their teacher's notes at home, then work on individual problems in small groups -- with teacher support -- during class.

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