The flipped instructional model, though not yet mainstream, is still gaining fans in classrooms across the country, some stakeholders say

flipped-learningAt Memorial Middle School in Fitchburg, Mass., science teacher Christopher Landry spends most of his time crouching down like a catcher, talking to his students one-on-one, instead of standing in front of the board.

For the past four years, Landry, 40, has incorporated the flipped educational model, in which lectures are delivered electronically outside of the class and homework is done during class.

Supporters say the method is growing in popularity, but Landry is the...

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