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Introducing the Flipped Classroom Workbook

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In addition to my political science research, I am also interested in the scholarship and practice of teaching & learning. A decade ago, I became interested in the flipped classroom. I implemented in my own teaching and, together with colleagues like Caroline Kärger and Achim Goerres, began to write about it. Nowadays, I run flipped classroom workshops for other higher ed professionals.

To help workshop participants flip their classes I’ve put together a Flipped Classroom Workbook that guides them through the process. I’m releasing it under a Creative Commons NC-BY-SA 4.0 license so you can download and share it for non-commercial purposes and with proper attribution as much as you like. The only thing I’m asking for is feedback! This is still a very quick first draft and I want to revise it sometime down the line. So if you use it, if you have any thoughts, ideas, or suggestions, comment here or send me an email at kontakt (at) daniel-lambach (dot) de. Thanks – and spread the word!

Flipped Classroom Workbook V1 (pdf)

Flipped Classroom Workbook V1 (docx)

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