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  • Flipping the flipped classroom concept on its head

    Universities should take a closer look at whether it's worth investing in the trendy model

    Research from BYU professor Jamie Jensen flips the flipped classroom model on its head a bit. Her study shows that the flipped classroom does not result in higher learning gains or better attitudes than the non-flipped classroom model if active learning is already present.

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  • Big setback helps student land publication in prestigious science journal

    Latest discovery will aid development of medicines

    Midway through her Ph.D. program, Rebecca Plimtpon hit a complete dead end with her research and had to start all over. Thanks to her persistence, she's now the lead author of a study that appears in one of the top scientific journals in the world. Read how her work will make the development of heart disease drugs easier. 

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  • BYU’s origami engineering research garners NSF award, national recognition

    Research team wins 'Vizzie,' work featured at new MOA exhibit

    The National Science Foundation and Popular Science recently announced BYU’s origami research team as winners of a People’s Choice Award in the 2015 Vizzies for their video, “How Origami is Inspiring Creativity.”

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