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12th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education

Date: 
Sunday, January 5, 2014 to Thursday, January 9, 2014
Location: 
Honolulu, Hawaii
Event: 
12th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education
Presentation: 
Hybrid, Blended, Flipped, and Inverted: Defining Terms in a Two Dimensional Taxonomy
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David M. Majerich, research scientist for the Center for 21st Century Universities, presented a paper at the 12th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education in Honolulu, HI, January 5-9.  The paper co-authored by Majerich, Lauren Margulieux, Keith Bujak and Mike McCracken, focused on delineating the meanings of the terms hybrid, blended, flipped and inverted;  provided examples of each type of course illuminating the roles of the instructor, student, and technology;  and culminated with the identification of two fundamental dimensions common to these four terms that can be useful for differentiating among, and better understanding, the associated learning environments.

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