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Why are lecturers using flipped classroom?

A flipped classroom (view image) is one that inverts the typical cycle of content acquisition and application so that students gain necessary knowledge before class, and instructors guide students to actively and interactively clarify and apply that knowledge during class. Like the best classes have always done, this approach supports instructors playing their most important role […]

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Flipped classroom – 7 things you should know

Flipped classroom constitutes a role change for lecturers and tutors, who give up their front-of-the-class position in favour of a more collaborative and cooperative contribution to the teaching process. There is a concomitant change in the role of students, many of whom are used to being cast as passive participants in the education process, where instruction is served to them. […]

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Flipped classroom principles and lessons learned video.

Flipped classroom, implementation principles

Flipped classroom is the process by which some areas of curricula are delivered online, and built upon through face to face activities delivered in class. In this video Andy Peisley and Federica Oradini, senior lecturers in Westminster Business School, offer key principles to follow when implementing a flipped approach, along with lessons learned from an […]

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Flipped classroom - experiences from a Westminster Business School mega module

Flipped classroom for business mega module

Flipped classroom offers the opportunity to re-think how you deliver content to students, usually to take the content delivery side of teaching and learning out of the classroom, or lecture theatre, using pre-recorded lecture videos to convey the content, and instead use that valuable face to face time for activities that build upon the content.  […]

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