How do I get my students to prepare before coming to a flipped class?

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fundamental implementation of the flip however, is to engage students in coverage activities before they come to class (in Bergmann’s and Sams’ rendition, this is typically watching a lecture or an online video, and engaging with peers and instructors online before class).

In Peer Instruction, this also varies, but generally involves students doing readings before class and interacting with instructors by engaging in retrieval effort (a cognitive science term that refers to the activity used when students are required to pull information from their memories and then produce that information, an effort which is linked to memory improvement, see Karpicke and Roedeiger, 2008, The critical importance of retrieval for learning).

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