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Flipped Learning: Introduction to Flipped Learning

Flipped Classroom Model

Welcome to the Flipped Learning Research Guide, created  by Rumyana Hristova (Librarian) and Tamara Pierce (Digital Learning Office Specialist). In this guide you will find relevant open access resources containing current information, animations, videos, curriculum and course materials related to the topic. Definition: "Flipped Learning is a framework that enables educators to reach every student. The Flipped approach inverts the traditional classroom model by introducing course concepts before class, allowing educators to use class time to guide each student through active, practical, innovative applications of the course principles." (Flipped Learning Global Initiative)

What is Flipped Learning?

Introduction to Flipped Learning

Professional Development

Flipped Instruction - Videos

Librarian

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