New York – Aug. 5, 2013 – As the “flipped classroom” model gains momentum in U.S. schools, teachers are scrambling to find high quality digital content and new ways to deliver it to students at home. With a free, web-based solution called Net Texts, teachers can access a vast library of high quality open educational resources (OER) and content, which they can combine with their own resources to create and publish lessons directly to students' iPads, Android tablets, or computers.

In a flipped classroom, the roles of instruction and homework are reversed. Students watch instructional videos and lessons at home. Class...

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