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Slides from a presentation for a faculty workshop at Lindsey Wilson College, 14 August 2013.
The inverted or "flipped" classroom is a way to design classes so that students have all the time they need in class to engage with the most challenging material *and* get the help they need at the same time. This presentation breaks down the issues with the traditional classroom model, explains what's involved with the inverted classroom, goes through two case studies, and gives some ideas for best practices.
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