How To Flip the Classroom

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Author (s): Simon Li

Given the huge expansion in medical knowledge it is both practical and expedient to make better use of students' time with aids for effective learning, rather than by increasing the length of time it takes to earn a medical degree.  Embracing a "flipped classroom" approach is a way to free-up classroom time to promote active learning through opportunities such as case-based and team-based exercises.

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