A day in the life of a flipped classroom

11/11/2011 | Harvard Education Letter

In this article, teachers explain their process for using a "flipped" instructional model, where online media is used to access classroom lectures at home and hands-on learning and small-group work is the focus in the classroom. The model is becoming more common in schools, as educators create instructional videos and find ways to ensure that students who may not have access to the Internet at home have the time and access to complete the online assignments.

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