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MILLENNIAL STUDENTS AND THE FLIPPED CLASSROOM

@inproceedings{Phillips2014MILLENNIALSA,
  title={MILLENNIAL STUDENTS AND THE FLIPPED CLASSROOM},
  author={Cynthia R. Phillips and Joseph E. Trainor},
  year={2014}
}
  • Cynthia R. Phillips, Joseph E. Trainor
  • Published 2014
  • Psychology
  • Research suggests that millennial students have a preference for interactive and experientiallearning experiences. An increasingly popular approach to meeting the learning needs of this generation of college students is referred to as "flipping the classroom". The flipped classroom approach generally involves the preparation of short audio or video lectures, which students review before coming to class. Since students perform the information gathering portion of learning outside the classroom… CONTINUE READING
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