The “Flipped Classroom” is Not The Solution For Crappy Teaching [Opinion]

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I hold a Ph.D. in psychology and work in various professional roles in Higher Education. I now write on Substack. Learn more at www.nicolebarbaro.com

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Nicole Barbaro, Ph.D.

Nicole Barbaro, Ph.D.

I hold a Ph.D. in psychology and work in various professional roles in Higher Education. I now write on Substack. Learn more at www.nicolebarbaro.com

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