Pedagogy: Flipped classroom

This post supports and is aligned to the TEL Toolkit pedagogy.

Its purpose is to be a focus point for comments, suggestions, case studies, research and ultimately a community of practice for staff who have an interest in this area.

We welcome your feedback and comments on this pedagogy in teaching and learning.

One Response to “Pedagogy: Flipped classroom”

  1. Sharon Taylor

    Wanted to share this incredibly long link below! It shows how Panopto, a BU supported tool, could be used in HSS, utilising their great simulation facilities. This type of re-useable learning object would support flipped classroom and/or blended learning solutions.

    It would need up front effort, but the output could be used many times for e.g. pre-session understanding, remote learning, revision purposes and provide a catalyst for in session discussions, or even remote discussions – perhaps via the discussion boards on myBU?

    https://demo.hosted.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=516c614e-2bcf-4d01-b8b0-1be8d23ec9e9&__hstc=231909632.e27853f42ca4e0e56212d5cec3a4a123.1401833490769.1402501966808.1402505968645.16&__hssc=231909632.53.1402505968645&__hsfp=177871209

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