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flip

1. verb To purchase and then repair and/or remodel a house for sale, ideally in a short period of time with the goal of maximizing one's profit on the sale. A: "Beige is so boring. Can't we use a bolder color?" B: "No. We're only flipping this house, and neutral colors will appeal to most prospective buyers."
2. noun A house that is being or has been flipped. A: "Beige is so boring. Can't we use a bolder color?" B: "No. This house is a flip, and neutral colors will appeal to most prospective buyers." Look at the cheap cabinets and flooring they used in the kitchen. This place was definitely a flip.

flip

verb

flip

in. to go crazy. Wow, I’ve got so much to do, I may just flip.

flipping

mod. damnable. (Euphemistic for fucking. Usually objectionable.) Get this flipping dog out of here!
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In spite of comparing flipped learning approaches with the traditional teaching approaches, Morris Siu-yung Jong, in his contribution entitled "Empowering students in the process of social inquiry learning through flipping the classroom," presents a study that integrates the idea of the flipped classroom into the process of guided social inquiry learning for promoting students' learning achievement and self-efficacy in social and humanities education.
Attempting a new model in flipped learning, Hsiu-Ling Chen and Chiung-Yun Chang, in their contribution entitled "Integrating the [SOP.
Contrasting with the learning design of flipped classroom where direct instruction via video clips is assigned as homework task first, followed by more challenging problem solving activities in class, Yanjie Song and Manu Kapur, in their contribution entitled "How to flip the classroom--'productive failure' or 'traditional flipped classroom' pedagogical design?
Based on our research, we advocate that teachers begin class sessions following a flipped viewing experience at home with what Atwell (1998) refers to as a status-of-the-class conference, where the teacher checks in with students on where they are and what they need before starting the day's lesson.
If a flipped approach is planned and implemented well, there are important ways the strategy can enhance student learning.
Effect of the flipped classroom model on a secondary computer applications course: Student and teacher perceptions, questions, and student achievement (Unpublished doctoral dissertation).
The University of Tokyo, for instance, already has a director of flipped learning.
Dutton e-Education Institute for the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences works with its faculty to design, develop and manage online courses and programs, which includes help with the flipped concept, says Ann Taylor, the institute's director.
The increase in flipped home sales can be an opportunity for credit unions to increase their loan portfolios, particularly in light of safeguards that are now in place, according to CU Appraisal Services President John Theobald.
The number of home flippers in 2015 totaled 110,008 -- the highest since 2007, when 130,603 investors flipped homes.
In large metro areas with at least 1 million in population that also had at least 25 single-family homes flipped in the first quarter, the markets with the highest share of flips were New York (10.
RealtyTrac reported that 82 percent of all properties flipped in the first quarter were sold to owner occupants.
But the IT department must be on board with a flipped class model and help make posting teacher-made videos easy.
We have seen the most remarkable change happen when leadership--whether at the school or district level--embrace a flipped class-room approach and provide professional development, resources, and a willingness to embrace change for the sake of students.
The firm also reported that even though the percentage of flipped homes that sold shrank in Q2 2015, investors made more money on them.