Flipping the Classroom in the course Conversation Analysis
In courses that have been designed according to the Flipping the classroom principle, part of the learning content is not discussed during class, but online - often in the form of video clips and assignments. This is then followed by in-class activities such as discussions, debates and Q and A sessions, leading to an active learning experience in the classroom.
Supported by ICTOL and ESI, Henrike Padmos en Mike Huiskes, teachers of Communication and Information Studies, redesigned their course in Conversation Analysis. In order to let their students better prepare themselves for the lectures and to get them more involved in the content, they opted for a Flipping the Classroom approach. Each week, the students receive three assignments via Nestor, which they also send in via Nestor. The assignments are then discussed during class. An important aspect of these assignments is introspection by the students. In the video below, the instructors explain why and how they used Flipping the Classroom, and what they learnt along the way.
More information on Flipping the Classroom can be found in the section Innovative pedagogy on the ICTOL website.
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