How three different educators are going beyond basic flips with innovative strategies.
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This is not your mother’s Flipped Learning.
Often thought of as an instructional method whereby students watch online instructional videos at home and come to class prepared to do “homework,” Flipped Learning has come a long way since its origins in 2007. The concept has since evolved to include myriad instructional methods that take the basic concept and go...