Harvard Medical School Shifts Teaching Style

September 21, 2015

Harvard University's Medical School is part of a movement among medical schools to shift the curriculum toward a "flipped classroom" model. The Boston Globe reported that classes have been redesigned so that with videos and other materials, students can memorize key facts on their own, while class time is used not for lecture, but for group activities and professor-led discussions that build on the knowledge memorized.

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