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Friday, October 12 • 10:00am - 10:50am
Current Research on Flipped Learning in Counselor Education: Findings from Three Recent Studies

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Flipped learning is a teaching method in which instructors present material outside of class via video lectures, freeing up class time for application-based activities. The approach is growing in popularity in counselor education and warrants empirical examination. We will present three recent studies about flipped learning in counselor education: a phenomenology, a causal-comparative study, and a group comparison study. We will highlight findings and share implications for counselor educators.

For more information please contact:

Erin Mason at Georgia State University, emason15@gsu.edu

Clare Merlin-Knoblich at University of North Carolina, Charlotte, claremerlin@uncc.edu

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Regina Finan

Doctoral Candidate, University of Georgia
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Ramona I. Grad

Doctoral Candidate, Georgia State University

Pamela Harris

Assistant Professor, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Alexandra Huguelet

School Counseling Consultant, Cobb County School District
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Erin Mason

Assistant Professor, Georgia State University

Clare Merlin

Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
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Vanessa Placeres

Doctoral Student, Georgia State University

Friday October 12, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am EDT
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