Thanks so much for posting on this topic, and for your transparency in recognising the need for a shift in your approach to a flipped classroom. That is such an important aspect to our teaching, isn’t it – the ability and need to evaluate ourselves and our teaching approaches, as well as to determine whether a potential fad is of benefit to our students.
You may be interested in reading my blog post about my experiences with a flipped classroom: http:///2012/09/02/the-half-flipped-classroom/
North Korea maintained friendly diplomatic ties with Malaysia. In an effort to boost tourism between the two countries, North Korea announced that Malaysians will not require a visa to visit North Korea.  North Korea's flag carrier, Air Koryo has regular flights to Kuala Lumpur . Recently, Malaysia's Bernama News Agency reported that the two countries will enhance co-operation in information-related areas.  North Korea maintains an embassy in Kuala Lumpur while Malaysia has an embassy in Pyongyang.   After the assassination of Kim Jong-nam due to poisoning at Kuala Lumpur International Airport allegedly under the orders of the North Korean leader and his half-brother Kim Jong-un , relations between both countries steadily worsened, and as a response Malaysia gradually withdrew its ambassador from North Korea,  cancelled the visa-free entry for North Koreans for security reasons,  and decided to expel the North Korean ambassador.