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LTI guide to flipping lectures

LSE Learning, technology and Innovation guide to flipping lectures

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LTI guide to flipping lectures

  1. 1. Enhancing face-to-face Teaching Flipping Lectures Enhancing face-to-face Teaching: Flipping Lectures What is a “Flipped Lecture”? It is a pedagogical model in which the typical lecture and homework elements are reversed. Students watch the lecture at home and class time is used for activities, discussions and projects. Flexibility Students can access the material at any time and prepare for the class at their own pace. They can watch, rewind, pause, fast-forward the lecture to allow for deeper understanding. Inclusion Lectures are more accessible to students with special needs (hearing impairment, dyslexia, etc) and will be more clearly understood by those for whom English is not their first language or those who just find it hard to make notes while following a lecture. Engagement Students will feel more engaged throughout the course when preparing for the class and participating in the projects and discussions. Class time will be used for collaboration and sharing while also allowing time to discuss issues and questions. Why Flip My Lecture?
  2. 2. Flipping Lectures at LSE Want to find out more? Enhancing face-to-face Teaching: Flipping Lectures Find more information online on LTI’s blog @blogs.lse.ac.uk/lti/ Get in touch with a member of staff lti.support@lse.ac.uk “This is what I had been looking for for ages” “It’s the best teaching I’ve ever had, I can’t wait to do it again” “I got to interact myself with them [the students] longer and in more depth” “I could see a lot of the sort of coming alive [...] you could see their brains sort of switching on” “Somehow I felt I was in control of my studies and how much I can gain out of it.” “In a normal class usually the students are generally very quiet but here preparing beforehand actually forced everyone to discuss answers, share their thoughts, views and ideas a lot more than any of the other classes, and that lets you get a wider perspective on it.” “I found the new differing structure of seminars and lectures very engaging and useful.” “The entire way the module is structured (lectures online + extended class) is the most useful way of learning I have had this year.” LTI runs workshops on flipping lectures. Check out the next dates or register your interest in LSE’s training system What teachers say What the students say