CAVERNA SCHOOLS EMPOWERS STUDENTS THROUGH 'FLIPPED CLASSROOM' APPROACH PDF Print
Tuesday, 12 November 2013 16:00

Several years ago Caverna Independent Schools began to look at ways to better meet the needs of all of their high school students.  Through research, they decided to try a ‘Flipped Classroom’.  This approach allows students to take control of their education and will equip them with the skills necessary to compete in a global job market as High School Principal Brad Phipps explains:

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Caverna High School has provided an I-Pad, free of cost, for each high school student to use at home for the lecture portion of class. During the school day students are involved in more hands on lab activities and learn about real world situations. This type of education allows students at all levels to succeed as Phipps explains:

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Caverna High School has embraced the ‘Flipped Classroom’ and is already seeing students excel at amazing rates. Students showing this type of initiative was the goal of the program:

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Today is Yvonne Norris Bartley Day!  Retiring from Barren County Schools after 31 years.

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