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New Study from Harvey Mudd Calls Out Flipped Classroom Ineffectiveness

Nov 2, 2013

USA TODAY FLIPS: Last week, USA Today reported that "flipped classrooms might not have an impact on learning," according to a NSF-funded study at Harvey Mudd College. In response, the article got a surge (yes, you could call it an ed-surge) of responses from the educator community. Most recently, Michael Feldstein's e-Literate website called out flaws with the article's quantitative data, citing the reality that "conclusions" should not be drawn from a still-in-progress study.

column | Learning Strategies

New Study from Harvey Mudd Calls Out Flipped Classroom Ineffectiveness

Nov 2, 2013

USA TODAY FLIPS: Last week, USA Today reported that "flipped classrooms might not have an impact on learning," according to a NSF-funded study at Harvey Mudd College. In response, the article got a surge (yes, you could call it an ed-surge) of responses from the educator community. Most recently, Michael Feldstein's e-Literate website called out flaws with the article's quantitative data, citing the reality that "conclusions" should not be drawn from a still-in-progress study.

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