Date: 24 January 2018 (Wednesday)
Time: 11:30 – 12:30
Venue: 408-409-410, Meng Wah Complex, HKU
The flipped (or ‘inverted’) classroom approach aims for enhanced student engagement with subject content encountered prior to attending face-to-face classes and classroom time reserved for active approaches to learning. ‘Flipping’ with video recordings or online learning materials involves significant preparation. In the past year, two of our colleagues, Dr Mairin Hennebry (Investigating Individual and Group Differences in Language Learning) and Professor Brendan Weekes (Neurology and Neuroscience) have worked closely with the Faculty’s e-learning team to re-design these two very different courses to ‘flip’ content and rethink classroom practices. Our speakers and e-learning team will walk you through the process of restructuring a course, preparing online learning materials, and implementing the flipped classroom approach. They will address key questions such as:
- How do I restructure my existing course using a flipped approach?
- What should I prepare for the online and face-to-face components of a flipped design?
- What support do I need and where do I get it?
All colleagues are welcome!
Should you have any queries, please feel free to contact Alan Wong at firstname.lastname@example.org or 39170374.