The Canadian Education Association reports on the success of a flipped classroom experiment in a Kelowna, BC, school. The school principal, Scott McLean, “views the Flipped Classroom ‘a potential game-changer; because learning takes place before the student enters the classroom, allowing the teacher ‘to broaden and deepen’ the learning. ‘It’s the way learning should be for kids. They take control of their learning and they can work at their own pace.’”