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On Friday, January 9th, I gave a presentation on the Maryland Flipped Classroom Study for Higher Education at the 25th annual conference for the Association of Faculties for Advancement of Community College Teaching […]
The Chronicle of Higher Education Guide to the Flipped Classroom: “‘Flipping’ has become a buzzword. Maybe a colleague down the hall is trying it, or you’re thinking about it yourself. Or maybe […]
Kelly Petty writes in the ColaDaily.com on January 9th, 2015 that “Students in the Ridge View High School arts department were thrilled Thursday to step into their completely revamped classroom that was […]
Dr. Timothy McWhirter will be presenting the Maryland Flipped Classroom Study for Higher Education at the annual conference for the Association for Faculties for the Advancement of Community College Teaching at Carroll […]
Richard Perez-Pena writes in the New York Times on December 26th that, “The University of Colorado, a national leader in the overhaul of teaching science, tested thousands of students over several years, […]
In 2014 the Gates Foundation funded two large grant projects of significance to The Maryland Flipped Classroom Study for Higher Education. This study provides an “innovative professional development system” that enables faculty […]
Queen Muse writes for NBC10.com on December 15th that the “Teachers at Friends School Haverford on the Main Line are embracing a new teaching method that eliminates classroom lectures and focuses on […]
Flipped Dinner Parties begin next year.
We are happy to announce the first round of Flipped Study Grants. They are intended to help us form our flipped study team. If you are interested in applying, send an email with […]