CASE PRICE: Blended Learning & Flipped Classrooms: A Comprehensive Guide


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When ordering books for faculty training, you can save money by buying by the case. Blended Learning & Flipped Classrooms: A Comprehensive Guide is packaged in cases of 76 books. Buy a case for the flat price of $1000. Regularly $20 per book, case price brings the per book price down to $13.15.

by Patricia Adams and Happy Gingras
The Part-Time Press, 2017
128 pages. Paperback.

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Blended Learning & Flipped Classrooms: A Comprehensive Guide is an impressively written, organized and presented instructional guide that is unreservedly recommended for personal, professional, school district, college, and university library Teacher Education collections and supplemental studies reading lists.–Midwest Review of Books

Blended Learning & Flipped Classrooms: A Comprehensive Guide is a useful, slim book by Patricia Adams and Happy Gingras, experienced, award-winning college educators, introducing many new ideas of how to manage the classroom and reach the students. This handbook would be especially relevant for new faculty, adjunct or full-time, as it includes tools that some professors might never have thought of or dared to try. The writing is lively and enthusiastic, and not laden with academic jargon. When you’re ready to take some risks and make some changes, this book will provide much of what current college teachers need to blend and flip their classrooms.”–Deborah Straw, book reviewer,

Wish your students….
• Took responsibility for their learning?
• Completed coursework and actively participated in classroom discussions?
• Completed assigned work on time?
• Turned in assignments that followed directions/rubrics?

Flipped classrooms combined with blended learning strategies and techniques allow teaching faculty to combine their own creativity with technological tools that can make all of these “wishes” (and more) come true. Students in flipped and blended courses are more engaged, prepared and excited about the course materials you are eager to teach. Authors Patricia Adams and Happy Gingras—award-winning faculty members—have been teaching flipped and blended college courses for over a decade and in this book they take readers step-by-step through the process of flipping and blending a course.

1 review for CASE PRICE: Blended Learning & Flipped Classrooms: A Comprehensive Guide

  1. Tabitha R. Miller, Ph.D.

    Gingras’ and Adams’ approach blended and flipped classrooms with practical guidance that shows an educator how to slowly begin the process of classroom transformation for an improved learning space. With the goal of improving student engagement, Gingras and Adams emphasize the importance of students interacting with the online readings and videos. As the authors noted, often the misconceived and ill-interpreted concept of a flipped or blended class is providing just a video or readings, nothing that requires the students to engage with what they are learning. Student engagement with the out-of class work is pinnacle to the success of a blended and flipped learning experience. Appropriate engagement in the out-of-class work provides an experiential in-class experience where students can try out their understanding of the material. The author’s strengthen their guide with the inclusion of community college instructors’ testimonies about switching from lecture-based instruction to blended and flipped learning spaces.

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