What does research say about flipped teaching?

Dr. Michael Seery, professor of Chemistry at the University of Edinburgh,  recently wrote on the EducationinChemistryblog, “What happens when chemistry lecturers flip their courses? Over the summer I took a look at the published research on flipped lecturing in chemistry and published a review in Chemistry Education Research and Practice (it’s free to read). Here’s what I found.”  His post is here.  It provides links to research on flipping the classroom in chemistry.  Seery writes that the research  “tends to demonstrate that high performing students still do well with the flipped approach, while students who tend not to get good marks improved their performance, often by as much as a letter grade.”


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