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And today, our learning outcomes for this video, number one, by the end of this video, you should be able to explain the different definitions of the flip. Now, I find a lot of faculty have heard the word flip, and they might have heard one definition, but there are actually many. Learning outcome number two, you should be able to identify and describe the four parts of a flipped lesson plan. And I have wrapped it around four parts so that we can bring organization and structure to something that's often seen as chaos or messy.

Barbi Honeycutt, Ph.D., currently serves as the Director of Graduate Teaching Programs at North Carolina State University and as Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Leadership, Policy, Adult and Higher Education the College of Education at NC State. She created Flip It Consulting in 2011. She and her colleagues design and deliver programs to teach you how to flip your workshops, seminars, training sessions, classes, and meetings.

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