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Flipped Classroom

Flipping or converting the classroom means repurposing the time spent with your students. Rather than using lectures for knowledge transmission, students are given ways to study materials outside of class. For example by collaboratively annotating an online text or watching a video-lecture. This way, teachers are able to use valuable class time to facilitate and enhance students’ learning process by offering active learning methods, interaction, and collaboration. Class time becomes a time for inquiry and application, which has been shown to increase student engagement and deep learning.

Flipped Classroom

Date Wednesday 2 December 2020 (9.30-13.00) &
Wednesday 16 December 2020 (9.30-16.30)
Level If you are following the UTQ trajectory or achieved the UTQ, you are more than welcome to join.
Price EUR 450
Target group Lecturers who would like to stimulate their students during lectures and encourage them to spend more time on the course unit.
Language Depending on the registrations: Dutch/English spoken
Study load 12 hours
Number of participants 6-12 participants
Certificate You will be awarded a certificate at the end of the course.

In deze cursus zullen de volgende onderwerpen aan bod komen:

Day 1

  • Different varieties of “flipping” and what makes for a successful “flip”
  • Various practical examples of “flipping” at the UG and other universities
  • Practical strategies and (online) tools that make “flipping” easier and more efficient, with hands-on time to experiment

Day 2

  • Involving students in your “flip”
  • Redesigning your course for a more effective “flip”
  • Hands-on time to plan and/or redesign your course so that it is better suited for “flipping”.

Learning outcomes

Upon completion of the course, you will be able to:

  • Define what a flipped classroom is and is not
  • Discuss the benefits of flipping the classroom
  • Consider which active learning methods and (online) tools best suit the needs of your class
  • Design activities to engage students
  • Evaluate flipped course design

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