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The term "flipped classroom" Is exactly that, it is an opposite of a traditional in-person classroom. It is a kind of learning experience that focuses on student involvement, as opposed to an instructor-centered teaching. The learning content is delivered via technology as pre-recorded voice or video lectures that students can replay as needed to capture the content fully before attending class to apply the learned content in-person. This concept of flipped classroom allows instructors to be a guide and to facilitate the in-person classroom with hands-on activities. The student also has a chance to teach other peers, which allows for deeper learning and understanding of the content in hand. This information is very helpful for me as I interact with students and giving them a chance to teach others. 

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