Best Practices for Launching a Flipped Classroom

  title={Best Practices for Launching a Flipped Classroom},
  author={Ashley A. Hall and Debbie D. Dufrene},
  journal={Business and Professional Communication Quarterly},
  pages={234 - 242}
Popularity is growing for flipped classroom instruction, which replaces lectures with out-of-class delivery of streaming video, reading materials, online chats, and other modalities. Face-to-face class time is spent on instructor-student and student-student interaction, including small group problem solving and discussion. Classroom flipping has its advocates and critics. Because of the theoretical and applied aspects of business and professional communication instruction, courses in the… 

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