The flipped classroom in an undergraduate nutritional science course: A pilot study

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Background The flipped classroom pedagogy has gained popularity over the past decade as an alternative to more traditional lecture-style classes. This teaching technique typically involves students previewing lecture materials before class and participating in classroom activities designed so that they can demonstrate understanding. By ‘flipping’ a class, i.e., reversing school and home activities, teachers can look more closely at the difficulties experienced by their students and offer help where and when it is needed.

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@inproceedings{Chan2015TheFC, title={The flipped classroom in an undergraduate nutritional science course: A pilot study}, author={Sidney Man-ngai Chan and Jean Yuk-tin Tse and Peter Hoi-fu Yu}, year={2015} }