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Flipping learning! Challenges in deploying online resources to flipped learning in higher education

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© 2017 by IGI Global. All rights reserved.Recently, there has been considerable interest in deploying the concept of the Flipped Classroom within higher education - a blended mode of learning which typically deploys online resources to provide more focused learning opportunities for learners at home, with lecture-time re-oriented to facilitate discussion and collaborative learning approaches. Much has been written about the success of particular online social media technologies such as wikis, podcasts and blogging sites in supporting open, distributed and situated learning, within active eco-learning systems such as Personal Learning Environments (PLEs) and online communities of learning in higher education. This chapter presents a meta level review of emerging and emergent challenges of integrating online resources to flip the learning in higher education. The recommendations call for the reorientation of prevailing learner, educator and institutional cultures and contexts so that learner centred, autonomous, flexible learning experiences can be facilitated when flipping learning within higher education.

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Volume

4

Chapter number

2

Pagination

29-47

ISBN-13

9781522507840

Language

eng

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B2 Book chapter in non-commercially published book

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2017, IGI Global

Extent

108

Publisher

IGI Global

Place of publication

Hershey, Pa.

Title of book

Blended learning : concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications

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