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Win-E-Mac algebra teacher Jessica Strom answered questions from students last week in her "flipped" classroom, a teaching model that requires students to learn the material at home and work through problems in class. Seated clockwise from left are Adam Shaver, Kira Basargin, Jacob Knudson and Hanna Wiersma. Jennifer Johnson | Forum News Service

Homework in class, lectures at home: Students find success in ‘flipped’ Win-E-Mac school setting

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Jennifer Johnson

Forum News Service

ERSKINE, Minn. — High school math students at Win-E-Mac Public School murmured quietly to each other Wednesday, checking answers with other groups, asking questions and studying their iPads to figure out the absolute value of a set of numbers.

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Algebra teacher Jessica Strom strolled around the room to observe.

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