Instructional model flips teaching, learning upside down

10/17/2012 | Edutopia.org

Students are getting first-hand knowledge of what it takes to be a teacher through a project in which students create video tutorials and teach concepts to their peers. The Web platform, called the Upside Down Academy, was part of a pilot program in which the Khan Academy model was used as the inspiration for a project-based curriculum for Envision schools, Kiera Chase, blended learning coach for Envision schools, writes in this blog post.

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