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Flipped Learning Mistakes

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Flipped Learning Mistakes

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“Flipped learning” has become a hot catchphrase in education circles as of late, with many faculty members feeling the pressure to flip their courses to escape the drawbacks of the traditional “stand and deliver” model of teaching. The flipped learning model takes the traditional in-class lecture and puts it online as a pre-class activity, thus leaving the face-to-face class available for interactivity, such as answering questions. Yet many faculty and students report dissatisfaction with flipped classes, which has led people to question the whole premise of flipped teaching.

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