When Leslie Day flipped her “Gross Anatomy” classroom in 2014, she was startled by what she found. Flipping the classroom is a pedagogical approach that has generated increased interest among educators in recent years. […]
Edsurge published an interesting article October 3rd by John Noonoo that discusses the flipped classroom movement over the past 10 years. It explores some reasons why the movement is still going strong.
HTF Market Intelligence released a new research report of 55 pages entitled ‘Flipped Classroom Market in North America 2016-2020.’ It includes a detailed analysis, forecast and strategies and covers important players such as […]
Yesterday the International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education published a study that provides evidence of the effectiveness of the flipped classroom model in higher education. The abstract of the journal article […]
When the lecture or part of it is flipped out of the classroom, it provides an opportunity to use many different techniques to enhance student learning. One interesting technique used by our […]
Newspapers have been closing down all over the country. The investigative reporting depicted in the movie Spotlight has unfortunately become a luxury many communities are now forced to do without. In a […]
The July 2014 issue of the International Higher Education Teaching & Learning Review (IHR) contains the feature article “A Review of Flipped Classroom Research, Practice, and Technologies” contributed by a team of […]