Flipped Learning and the Digital Classroom

| March 11, 2019

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Technology is inspiring and motivating learners. Albie Attias will tell you how. Flipped Learning and the Digital Classroom.

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At Great Learning, we believe that data drives the world – with analytics and automation being the deciding factors for success. Which is why, we have made it our mission to create data-proficient experts through meaningful learning experiences, enabling them to excel in an automated, data-driven future.

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At Great Learning, we believe that data drives the world – with analytics and automation being the deciding factors for success. Which is why, we have made it our mission to create data-proficient experts through meaningful learning experiences, enabling them to excel in an automated, data-driven future.

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