Flipping the classroom: what it means and where to start

Flipping the classroom is an increasingly popular approach to balancing active learning with independent practice. Instead of delivering lectures and foundational knowledge in the classroom, instructors assign these resources and related activities as prep work for students to complete online, creating more time to engage students with hands-on activities during class.

Cambridge University Press sponsored The Chronicle of Higher Education’s recent virtual forum, a discussion with higher education experts about what it means to flip your classroom and how you can get started.

Expert tips for flipping your classroom

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