N.J. school finds success in flipped-classroom model

10/15/2013 | WNBC-TV (New York)

Educators in a New Jersey school are incorporating a flipped-classroom approach in their classes. Students watch video lectures at home and then work on traditional homework problems during class. "They can develop a working knowledge at home so if they have questions while working on an assignment, you're there to help them and they don't get frustrated," teacher Kanchan Chellani said.

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