The flipped classroom in 2022: good practices from Varna University of Management
The purpose of this article is to present some good practices from Varna University of Management related to the flipped classroom approach. We give few examples from the modules – Marketing Communications, Marketing research, Business and Academic English, Project Management. We discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the approach.
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