Educators debate pros, cons of flipped instruction

12/30/2013 | Education Week Teacher

Educators write this blog post to share both their enthusiasm for and their skepticism of the flipped instructional model. Supporters, including Andrew Miller, an educational consultant and ASCD Faculty member, writes, "Engaging models of learning paired with formative assessment can ensure that the flipped classroom is a more effective model of instruction." Sixth-grade teacher Josh Stumpenhorst, from Chicago, writes about his concerns regarding homework and lectures in flipped instruction.

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