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The flipped classroom model is one in which traditional in-class activity - the lecture - is delivered outside of the classroom, through short video lectures and/or other web-based materials. Students view these materials before class, allowing for in-class time to be devoted to group work, such as discussions, collaborative projects, and problem-solving activities. This approach gives students flexibility to master the lecture content, at their own pace, before class, allowing them to engage at a deeper level in-class.
Further information, including scenarios, research, and the Flipped Classroom in action, can be found on the Teaching & Learning Services website.