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In a typical university classroom, students hear a lecture and take notes. They then work on homework, projects, and other activities outside of class ( Talbert, 2012 ). In the flipped classroom, instead of simply receiving information from the

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” ( Pearson et al., 2017 ) highlights a horticulture club plant production project and professional development; “Using flipped classroom, bring your own device, and virtual field trip to engage students” ( Kobayashi, 2017 ) covers using a flipped classroom

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, Washington, DC) and Canvas (Instructure, Salt Lake City, UT) to deliver content resulting in a flipped classroom approach ( Heyborne and Perrett, 2016 ). A majority of students (72%) feel their grades would improve if faculty used more technology in the

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provide benefits for both extension personnel and course participants. Growers have access to the content from their home or office and can view course materials at their convenience. Like a flipped classroom ( Herreid and Schiller, 2013 ), participants

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is third in ERT importance to state coordinators in the present study. This flips the order of the previously third-place ERT, one-on-one advice, which is similar to the current most important ERT (response to individual inquiry). Similarly, the

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