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Flipping the Classroom: Old Ideas, New Technologies. / Becker, Ralf; Birdi, Alvin.

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Becker, R., & Birdi, A. (2018). Flipping the Classroom: Old Ideas, New Technologies. International Review of Economics Education. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.iree.2018.06.001

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Becker, Ralf ; Birdi, Alvin. / Flipping the Classroom: Old Ideas, New Technologies. In: International Review of Economics Education. 2018.

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