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Often in higher education, students enter a classroom and experience the curiosity-stifling thud of having to listen to and take notes on a lecture, with its mostly one-way communication format. This makes difficult concepts hard to grasp and can leave students feeling discouraged and disengaged. However, many higher education institutions are “flipping” the classroom model around in an effort to boost student achievement. This Center for Digital Education issue brief describes a flipped classroom model, how this new model is benefitting instructors and students, and how an institution can begin utilizing this model effectively in its classrooms.