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Fig. 2 | Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning

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From: Flipping the flipped: the co-creational classroom

Fig. 2

“Flipping the flipped.” Flipping a two-dimensional system, in this case a piece of paper with a sailboat drawn on it, diametrically changes it (a), but flipping a three-dimensional system, in this case a Rubik’s cube, need not change what is exposed by it (green surface is still exposed at the front after the first flip) and requires additional flips performed in specific directions to create this change (b)

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