When a Minnesota high school lacked the resources to replace aging textbooks, the school adopted a flipped instructional model that allowed teachers to develop their own resources and deliver them online. An important step in adopting the flipped learning model, educators said, was the school's decision to allow access to YouTube, which previously was blocked. Educators say they have seen an increase in student achievement and engagement, as well as parental involvement, since changing their approach to instruction.

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