The teaching strategy known as the flipped classroom permits the course facilitator to more actively engage with learners in the classroom. Typically, the facilitator will assign recorded video lectures as homework, and use class time for active learning exercises and direct engagement with the learners. Time in class is more about a two-way interaction.
Listed below are some resources and references to assist faculty in the College of Pharmacy in creating a flipped classroom environment.
- The Flipped Classroom – From Theory to Practice in Health Professional Education American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (2017) 81(6), Article 118.
- Research, Perspectives, and Recommendations on Implementing the Flipped Classroom American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (2016) 80 (2) Article 34
- Flipping the Classroom Teaching and Learning in Nursing (2014) 9, 43–46
- What Is Flipped Learning? Flipped Learning Network (FLN). (2014) The Four Pillars of F-L-I-P
- The Flipped Classrom: A Survey of the Research
- Flipping the Classroom By Cynthia J. Brame, Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching
- A Guide to the Flipped Classroom from The Chronicle of Higher Education, January 7, 2015