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Once in class, the instructor reviews key ideas and leads students through discussion with prepared questions to uncover and clarify misconceptions. This should be followed up with active learning techniques that promote deeper understanding and consolidation of the content (problem-solving, engage in group discussion and participate in other active learning techniques that promote deeper understanding and consolidation of the content.

In this model, the class is divided into 2 groups, wherein each group attends the face-to-face class on alternating weeks to decrease the number of students in the face-to-face class.

Alternatives:


*This example accounts for approximately 102 hours. This leaves approximately 33 hours for other coursework to be assigned as required by the instructor


Infographic shows how activities are assigned throughout 13 weeks. Click on the accordion below to visualize the alt text of this table.
Infographic shows how activities are assigned throughout 13 weeks. Download Divided Flipped Course Model to visualize alt text.


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