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Flipping the Classroom for Student Engagement


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Flipping is an innovative method of teaching that promotes an atmosphere of active learning. Originally used by Bergmann and Sams in secondary education to teach science and math. This method of teaching was proven to be successful in keeping students on track and engaged in learning. It has been adapted by many other disciplines. Flipping involves an inversion of learning that takes place outside of the traditional classroom. Through a literature search, evidence of flipping being used in nursing education was not found. Working with RN Students has given us the idea to pilot this new method within our RN to BSN Program.

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Student Engagement, Teaching Modality, Innovations in Education, Nursing Education
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Authors

Margarett S Alexandre
York College, CUNY, Nursing Program, 94-20 Guy R Brewer Boulevard, Jamaica, NY 11451, United States
Renée R Wright
York College, CUNY, Nursing Program, 94-20 Guy R Brewer Boulevard, Jamaica, NY 11451, United States

Abstract


Flipping is an innovative method of teaching that promotes an atmosphere of active learning. Originally used by Bergmann and Sams in secondary education to teach science and math. This method of teaching was proven to be successful in keeping students on track and engaged in learning. It has been adapted by many other disciplines. Flipping involves an inversion of learning that takes place outside of the traditional classroom. Through a literature search, evidence of flipping being used in nursing education was not found. Working with RN Students has given us the idea to pilot this new method within our RN to BSN Program.

Keywords


Student Engagement, Teaching Modality, Innovations in Education, Nursing Education

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