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While I think the flipped classroom works in many instances and for many students, to make the assumption that it will prevent students from dropping out seems far-fetched. Assuming students don’t like homework and don’t like lectures, combining the two doesn’t seem like like a logical choice to enhance student learning and increase student engagement.
What if face-to-face time is used to discuss topics and try to reach a mutual understanding, rather than just hear a lecture and walk away confused without any student-to-student or student-to-teacher interaction?
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