Wis. district flips its classrooms for middle-schoolers

10/13/2013 | La Crosse Tribune (Wis.)

A Wisconsin school district has adopted a flipped-classroom model across all classes, including math, for middle-school students. The students use their school-issued iPads to watch video math lessons at home and then do their math homework in class. "I like doing the homework at school because I'm not stuck trying to figure things out," student Tes Kirschbaum said.

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