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‘Flipping’ a classroom has become a popular buzzword in recent years, originally used as a way for students who missed a class to catch up on lecture content. This has rapidly evolved and the flipped classroom can now be described as a reversal of traditional teaching, where students access materials before class (readings, lecture videos, etc.) so that the class time can be devoted to deeply understanding the content through strategies such as problem-solving, discussion or debates.
In this video, Ann will begin with an exploration of your questions and experiences of flipped classes. She then presents five strategies for increasing student activity during class time, and then discusses these ideas in the light of your own discipline areas.