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Table 2 Location, publication type, publication source’s impact factor and number of citations of the 6 most-cited publications in the field of flipped classrooms

From: Higher education dominance and siloed knowledge: a systematic review of flipped classroom research

(Study number) author details Year Type of publication Title No. of citations Publisher First author location
(1) Strayer 2012 Article How learning in an inverted classroom influences cooperation, innovation and task orientation 142 Learning Environments Research US
(2) Tucker 2012 Note The flipped classroom: Online instruction at home frees class time for learning 121 Education Next US
(3) McLaughlin et al. 2014 Article The flipped classroom: A course redesign to foster learning and engagement in a health professions school 84 Academic Medicine US
(4) Mason, Shuman & Cook 2013 Article Comparing the effectiveness of an inverted classroom to a traditional classroom in an upper-division engineering course 81 IEEE Transactions on Education US
(5) Gannod, Burge & Helmick 2008 Conference paper Using the inverted classroom to teach software engineering 71 International Conference of Software Engineering US
(6) Prober & Khan 2013 Article Medical education reimagined: A call to action 50 Academic Medicine US