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12 February 2021 A Model Curriculum for Flipping an Allied Health Microbiology Course
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The flipped classroom model is increasingly popular in higher education, due to a number of potential advantages. Students gain the ability to customize their learning by interacting with classroom concepts on their own schedule. By moving some content out of the classroom, instructors gain the ability to free up time for more active-learning exercises and to concentrate on higher-order levels of learning. This article describes a comprehensive curriculum for flipping an allied health microbiology course, including tips for video lecture content and for active-learning modules that can be used in the classroom.

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Alexander Wolf "A Model Curriculum for Flipping an Allied Health Microbiology Course," The American Biology Teacher 82(9), 633-637, (12 February 2021). https://doi.org/10.1525/abt.2020.82.9.633
Published: 12 February 2021
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