Kids learn math at home, do homework in class

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Kyle Wilp has an unconventional way of teaching his fourth-grade math students.

Just this year, Wilp, a 26-year-old teacher at Crothersville Elementary School, introduced a concept called “flipped classroom,” where he reverses the typical school day for his students.

Through the use of iPads over textbooks, homework is completed in the classroom while daily lessons are learned at home.

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