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Flipped Classes

The term “Flipped Classrooms” is a type of blended student-centered pedagogical model in which the traditional classroom lecture and some homework elements are reversed. Flipping the format of the class can help the instructor make the most of the face-to-face time with students by engaging in more active learning tasks and help students to process and apply the instructional content at their own pace at home.


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The Flipped Class Demystified

A flipped class creates a more student-centered learning environment.
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Integrating Media and Technology with Flipped Model Pedagogy

Incorporating media and technology can encourage participation in a flipped class.
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Analyzing Course Needs

Faculty should evaluate several topics before deciding to flip a class.
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Steps to Flipping Your Class

In the Flipped Model, instructors create six active learning environments that guide and support students as they work individually and collaboratively.
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Implementing a Flipped Class

Implement your flipped class by following these guidelines.
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Support Resources at NYU

NYU provides many services to help you flip your course.
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