This site is designed to provide you with some ideas if you are considering undertaking the flipped classroom model at UQ. There are several sections, each containing extra links and academic papers for further investigation.

'About' talks about the basic of what is a flipped classroom: what, why and how.

'Active Learning' is a key aspect of the flipped classroom so this section details some of the active learning pedagogies that can be employed.

'Online Engagement' refers to the activities that may occur outside of the flipped classroom

The 'Face-to-face' section details the types of activities that can occur in the face-to-face component including structured active learning pedagogies as well as a range of low stakes teaching and learning strategies.

'Case studies' are based on the experiences of largely UQ academic staff to inspire others on their journey. No two experiences are the same but the results of increased student engagement is a common them throughout.

'Resources' outline further information, tips and resources that academic staff might avail in order to help design their courses.

The OLT Enginering project featured in this site has also gained national and international attention due to its unique pedagogical design and details how this large project transformed Engineering studies at UQ.