Flipping core subject courses for undergrads could yield better engagement, as long as educators keep 3 considerations in mind.

flipping-core-psychAs a proud recipient of an arts and sciences undergraduate degree, I fondly look back on the cattle call that was course selection for my first semester of college. It was common knowledge that you wanted to knock out as many core classes as possible right out of the gate.

Weeks had been spent leading up to this day, perusing the course catalog and reading and re-reading course descriptions. Let’s face it, as entering...

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