Enhancing student engagement using the flipped classroom.

@article{Gilboy2015EnhancingSE,
  title={Enhancing student engagement using the flipped classroom.},
  author={Mary Beth R Gilboy and Scott Heinerichs and Gina Pazzaglia},
  journal={Journal of nutrition education and behavior},
  year={2015},
  volume={47 1},
  pages={109-14}
}
The flipped classroom is an innovative pedagogical approach that focuses on learner-centered instruction. The purposes of this report were to illustrate how to implement the flipped classroom and to describe students' perceptions of this approach within 2 undergraduate nutrition courses. The template provided enables faculty to design before, during, and after class activities and assessments based on objectives using all levels of Bloom's taxonomy. The majority of the 142 students completing… CONTINUE READING
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