A bit of shameless self-publicity for my blog and a post I've just written about the flipped classroom. There's a paper in the latest edition of Medical Education which highlighted that students at Virginia Medical School aren't engaging with flipped learning and their lack of attention and poor attendance isn't any better than in traditional lectures. Liz Mossop's commentary in the same edition highlights the curse of the teenage learner and their lack of learning skills. Interestingly the students seemed to prefer TBL.
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