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Perhaps no single technology has brought a more profound change to some teachers’ instructional practices than the evolution of digital video.While the growth of online content, social networking, and multimedia production tools have all helped educators reconsider how students should consume, discuss, and demonstrate mastery of content, only the dramatic increase in video availability has led directly to the flipped classroom movement. In Mooresville, N.C., one educator discusses how digital content has transformed the way she teaches and the way her students learn. http://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2013/05/22/32el-video.h32.html Education Week Video

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