The new university model : scaling flipped learning in higher education
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CitationSahin, M., Kurban, C. F. & Mazur, E. (June 3, 2019). The new university model : scaling flipped learning in higher education. FL Global Publishing.
You can learn about flipping a lesson or class from many educators, but only a few people in the world have experienced flipping multiple university departments or an entire university. What could you learn from spending a few hours with the authors who have deep insight into the process of starting, managing and scaling Flipped Learning in higher education? MEF University is the first fully flipped university in the world. The 2018 graduating class included students who earned their degrees through Flipped Learning programs in: mathematics education, guidance and psychological counselling, law, computer engineering, electronics and electrical engineering, industrial engineering, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, economics, business administration, psychology, political science and international relations, architecture, and interior design. In this book, MEF’s rector and the director of the Center for Research and Best Practices in Learning and Teaching share invaluable insights that are not available anywhere else. Whether you are a professor considering flipping your class, a dean or a department head considering expanding your Flipped Learning program, or a rector, president or provost considering expanding your Flipped Learning program, this book will put you on a clear and proven fast track. The book also includes the framework and set of best practices recently developed by the Academy of Active Learning Arts and Sciences (AALAS) through a cohort of 100 experienced Flipped Learning practitioners in 49 countries. The framework will help you avoid the big mistakes as you embrace and scale Flipped Learning in higher education. “The book is a must-read for any innovative educator or higher-education administrator.” -- Dr. Eric Mazur, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and School of Education, Harvard University.