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Flipped Classroom Model in Calculus II

  title={Flipped Classroom Model in Calculus II},
  author={Seifedine Nimer Kadry and Abdelkhalak El Hami},
  journal={Education 3-13},
The flipped classroom is a teaching innovation model where the typical lecture and assignment elements of a course are reversed. In flipped classroom content delivery includes video lectures watched outside of the classroom, at home on their own time of the students, while classroom time is devoted for learner-centered activities such as active and problem-based learning. This model has received significant attention in the last few years; however, there is still little experimental research… Expand

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