The flipped classroom in 2022: good practices from Varna University of Management

  • Ina Nikolaeva Stanoeva Varna University of Management
Keywords: flipped classroom; classroom; Higher education; teaching


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.

Author Biography

Ina Nikolaeva Stanoeva, Varna University of Management
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How to Cite
Stanoeva, I. (2022). The flipped classroom in 2022: good practices from Varna University of Management. Vanguard Scientific Instruments in Management, 18. Retrieved from[]=310