Student-Centered Learning Opportunities for Adolescent English Learners in Flipped Classrooms

By Avary Carhill-Poza, Ph.D., Panagiota Gournari, Ph.D.
April 20, 2016

This study from the University of Massachusetts-Boston and the Nellie Mae Education Foundation examines how flipped learning can be utilized to improve the language and content acquisition of adolescent English language learners.

As schools look to raise standards and close achievement gaps, they need effective strategies for serving English language learners, the fastest-growing segment of the school-age population who have historically lagged behind their native English-speaking peers on state assessments and in graduation rates.

Source Organization: Nellie Mae Education Foundation

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