Success in the flipped classroom
Kim Puiia, MSNEd, MSHE - Purdue University Global, Scarborough, ME, USA
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The flipped classroom is an innovative approach to nursing education. Nursing students need to be active learners, problem solvers, and critical thinkers. By engaging students in their learning, they take greater responsibility during the process. They can then come together as collaborative participants in bridging the education to practice gap.
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