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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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"Magic is happening with deeper learning in the classroom," says Aaron Sams, founder of the Flipped Learning Network.
Using Wu's method, we flip those flippable pixels whose scores are greater than or equal to 0.3 to ensure the flipped image quality.
Although in the best flipped-classroom implementations, each student can move at her own pace and view lessons at home that meet her individual needs rather than those of the entire class, most flipped classrooms do not operate this way.
Of homes flipped in Q2 2018, 32.3 percent were purchased by the home flipper via a distressed sale either in foreclosure or bank-owned, down from 35.8 percent the previous quarter and down from 38.7 percent a year ago.
Flipped homes originally purchased by the investor with financing represented 39.1 percent of homes flipped in 2018, down from 39.4 percent in 2017 and down from 41.0 percent in 2008.
Read Boulevard), the median purchase price on 46 flipped homes was $57,500 with a sale price of $116,000 in an average of 199 days (102 percent gross ROI).
Together Patricia Adams and Happy Gingras are faculty members who have been teaching flipped and blended college courses for over a decade and in "Blended Learning & Flipped Classrooms: A Comprehensive Guide" draw upon there years of experience and expertise to take their readers step-by-step through the process of flipping and blending a course.
Recent research has investigated the impact of the flipped classroom model on student engagement and learning outcomes in a university context (Gillispie, 2016; Jensen et al., 2015; Mason, Shuman, & Cook, 2013; McLean et al., 2016; O'Flaherty & Phillips, 2015; Wilson, 2013).
Thus, the special issue aims to discuss pedagogical design and implementation of the flipped classroom grounded in solid theoretical principles, and evaluation of students' learning outcomes via appropriate research methods.
Lecturers at rural and regional universities are increasingly encouraged and supported to include a variety of online resources in their subjects and to explore the use of promising methods such as the 'flipped classroom'.
Objective: To assess students' insights about flipped classroom approach for neuroanatomy course and evaluate the effect on their performance in the end unit test.
"We were sitting at lunch one day and said, 'Well, what if we pre-recordedV And we looked at each other and said, 'That's a brilliant idea!"' Simple enough, but those early talks were part of the genesis of a movement now recognized by more than 96% of teachers as "flipped learning."
First is that a much higher percentage are buying with cash the homes they eventually flip: 71.1% for homes flipped in Q1 2016 versus 36.6% in Q1 2006 prior to the recession and at the peak of flipping activity.
The percentage of homes sold in Q1 that were flipped jumped 20% compared with the last quarter of 2015, RealtyTrac reported.