How flipping lessons can transform middle-grades classes

10/30/2013 | Edutopia.org

Flipping lessons helps teachers break the cycle of lecturing in class and empowers students to take control of their learning, writes Beth Holland, communications coordinator and instructor for EdTechTeacher. In this blog post, she shares examples of how some educators are taking this step in their classes. For instance, one middle-school science teacher posts on a class wiki videos on laboratory procedures, which students watch at home, and then refer to during labs, when they can also post comments and observations and ask questions.

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