The flipped or hybrid model is a method that provides students content through electronic means prior to a class, or meeting, so that the time spent face-to-face can be better spent applying practical skills.

Flipped Advising chart

Flipped Advising

Flipped advising adopts a pedagogical approach from the teaching and learning sphere that emphasizes transforming the traditional, and oftentimes prescriptive, nature of student advising to one that enhances student learning through utilization of the learning management system and technology. By establishing advising as a teaching practice, flipped advising incorporates pedagogical strategies to build an advising shell in the learning management system with a set of measurable student learning objectives, organized modules, authentic assessments, and avenues for communication.
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In-Class Components Course Organization

In-Class Components

It’s important to consider how you will structure and facilitate classroom activities when you teach in a flipped or hybrid format.
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Online Components Home Page

Online Components

Flipped and hybrid courses typically use a learning management system to host a course site which includes materials students will access before, during, and after they attend class.
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Veterinary Medicine Course Sample

Some of the courses in the Veterinary Medicine program at the University of Florida are effectively utilizing the flipped model by requiring students to watch lectures prior to attending class, so that the time spent together can be used to complete activities that promote higher level cognitive skills.
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