My flipped classroom: what I did and how I did it
Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark
- Subject Areas
- Science and Medical Education
- active learning, peer instruction, STEM education
- © 2015 Jensen
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- 2015. My flipped classroom: what I did and how I did it. PeerJ PrePrints 3:e1262v1 https://doi.org/10.7287/peerj.preprints.1262v1
In this chapter I describe my own personal experiences with the flipped classroom approach (e.g. lectures at home, problem solving in class) called peer instruction. I describe both the technical aspects such as making video lectures, practical aspects such how to get started, and pedagogical aspects such as curriculum design and how to write good peer instruction questions. Additional and updated material, including short tutorial videos and many additional links to extra material can be found at tinyurl.com/janstips.
This is a preprint of a chapter to be published in the book Universitetspædagogik 2 in August 2015 by Samfundslitteratur in Denmark.