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This site provides an archive of materials used for presentations and workshops on "The Classroom Flip"  a model for teaching and learning in higher education developed by J. Wesley Baker at Cedarville College (now Cedarville University) beginning in 1995 and first named as "The Classroom Flip" in 1998.

This material was developed for (1) faculty training sessions at Cedarville University, (2) an Ameritech- (and later SBC-) funded faculty development project in Ohio, Michigan, Illinois and Wisconsin and (3) Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) faculty workshops beginning in 1996.

It is hoped that these materials will help others who are exploring a "flipped" approach to their teaching and their students' learning, since many of the concepts and lessons learned from the early years continue to be relevant to those who are begining to implement this approach.
The first publication to present the "Classroom Flip" model was Baker, J. W. (2000).  The "Classroom Flip": Using Web course management tools to become the guide by the side.  In J. A. Chambers (Ed.), Selected Papers from the 11th International Conference on College Teaching and Learning (pp. 9-17).  Jacksonville, FL: Florida Community College at Jacksonville.  Click on the title to download a PDF of the paper.
 
 
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