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Flipped Classroom Resources
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Flipped Classroom Resources: Homework
Research & Trends
Pre-Assignment Can Be
Video (your own or someone else's)
PowerPoint (or Slide deck) Tutorial
Reading (with worksheet for annotation by student)
Worksheet with Guided Steps, Q&A
Collaborative Work Online (BlackBoard, Google Docs or other app)
High or Low Tech
Worksheets can be print or online (e.g. Google Form )
Guides on Homework Assignments
Flipping Your Class - Ensuring Accountability
Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT), University of Michigan
"Flipping" the Class - Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning, University of Indiana
How will students gain their first exposure to course information and procedures outside of class?
The Flipped Classroom FAQ
Agile Learning-Derek Bruff's Blog on Teaching and Technology. How do you make sure students come to class prepared?
Honeycutt, B. (2016, January 25). Ready to Flip: Three Ways to Hold Students Accountable for Pre-Class Work - Faculty Focus. Retrieved from
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