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Programme: Atlas 2018-19
Course: Flipped Lectures

Flipped learning is a pedagogical model that reverses the traditional approach of teacher-led instruction during contact time, and independent, activity-based learning outside of the lecture or seminar room. Reflect on how you can “flip” your lectures to make more effective use of contact time with your students and give yourself more options for how to plan and approach large and small group teaching. 


Who should attend? 

Lecturers, class teachers, course leaders/conveners and anyone with responsibility for delivering structured teaching or instruction. 


Learning outcomes 

By the end of this workshop, you should be able to: 

  • Explain what “flipping” does, and does not, mean; 
  • Select appropriate modes of content presentation to replace the traditional lecture; 
  • Select appropriate tool(s) to deliver online content; 
  • Create a video lecture using screen recording software; 
  • Design a ‘lesson’ to make effective use of the face-to-face time and so as to differentiate it from the usual lectures/seminars/classes; 
  • Prepare your students to get the most out of this new way of learning; 
  • Find additional support & advice within LSE, and online; 
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