Case Studies for flipped classroom
The following case studies demonstrate a variety of approaches that teachers at UQ are taking to flip their classrooms. Teaching staff were interviewed from the six faculties across UQ to explore the pedagogical reasons for flipping, the educational technologies used and how their teaching has changed. Each case study is accompanied by a summary in PDF format.
This study examines how using the flipped classroom model provides opportunities to design and deliver courses using active learning and engagement strategies to facilitate students’ teamwork, problem solving and critical thinking skills in a collegial environment. Read more ...
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