History teacher changes skeptical tune after trying flipped-instruction

12/29/2013 | MiddleWeb

Jody Passanisi, an eighth-grade U.S. history teacher and self-described skeptic of flipped instruction, writes in this blog post about how she used the instructional model to help explain complicated instructions to students and how they reviewed basic concepts at their own pace. Including some of her videos in this blog post, Passanisi writes that the way she uses the flipped model has allowed more time for content. "And I don't know many social studies/history teachers who wouldn't welcome more time to invest in the actual stuff of history," she writes.

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