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Flipped and Hybrid: Some Interesting Results

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Flipped and Hybrid: Some Interesting Results

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Course frameworks and structures have been changing during the past few years, in large part as a result of the many new options technology makes possible. For example, flipped courses change where most of the content acquisition occurs. Rather than teachers presenting in class with students listening and taking notes, students interact with the content before they come to class using resources like instructional videos, podcasts, and written materials provided online.

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