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April 20, 2016

Successfully Flip Every Elementary Subject

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Successfully flip every elementary subject.
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Successfully flip every elementary subject.
ISTE ResourcesThe real magic of learning happens when students have time to ask questions, offer solutions and develop critical-thinking skills. One way to make time for that kind of magic is to flip your classroom.

Flipping means asking students to study material on their own time—via recorded lectures or digital materials—to free up class time for  hands-on learning, small-group projects or one-on-one support.

It’s an approach to learning that applies to elementary classrooms and every subject taught in them. Find out how to approach lesson planning, leverage class time and bring project-based learning to your elementary classroom in the ISTE book, Flipped Learning for Elementary Instruction.

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