Beyond YouTube: More ways to adopt "flipped" instruction

The writers of this blog suggest that teachers can use The New York Times to adopt the "flipped" instructional model, in which instruction takes place at home and class time is devoted to practice, projects and other activities. The writers suggest flipping instruction by using the newspaper's online videos and podcasts, as well as its multimedia collection. Teachers also can ask students to read the newspaper at home to prepare for classroom activities based on the news.

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