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An alternative to the traditional classroom structure that has seen increased use in higher education is the flipped classroom. Flipping the classroom switches when assignments (e.g. homework) and knowledge transfer (e.g. lecture) occur. Flipped classrooms are getting popular in secondary and postsecondary teaching institutions as evidenced by the marked increase in the study, use, and application of the flipped pedagogy as it applies to learning and retention. The majority of the courses thatdoi:10.1109/fie.2013.6684923 dblp:conf/fie/AmreshCF13 fatcat:3ea4do6mbbd7telzu4dwjce7wq