Women Students and Those with Lower GPAs Benefit Most From ‘Flipped Classroom’ Teaching



results of a five-year study suggesting that student gains are related to working with course material in a more timely and accurate manner. Students avoided “cramming” for tests and instead prepared ahead for classes and exams, allowing them to get higher grades. Further, the researchers saw more pronounced positive effects for female students and those who came in with a lower grade point average.


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