Flipped learning involves the “flipping” of course content so that direct instruction occurs in the out-of-class hours (via instructor-provided videos, Web activities, or readings), freeing up in-class hours for collaborative or project-based learning experiences. Flipped learning is a method of education that relies on offering instruction not restricted to teaching rooms in terms of place and time, paying attention to a more active participation of learners in the classroom than in lecture-based modes of teaching. Apart from the term flipped learning or flipped classroom, sometimes the name reversed classroom is used to denote the flipped method, since the model is reversed in comparison with the standard way of presenting learning content.

The flipped learning method has the potential to reconfigure the roles of teachers and ...

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