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Okanagan Mission Secondary School in Kelowna, B.C., is among the early Canadian adopters of the flipped classroom - a model where students switch around what's traditionally covered at school and what's assigned for kids to do at home. Instead of lectures in class and homework after school, these students are watching lectures at home care of the Web and working one-on-one on assignments with teachers during school hours. The Globe talked to some of the students - kids taking senior math and biology classes - and their teacher to find how what they make of "flipping out." <br/><br/> <em>These interviews have been edited and condensed.</em>

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