The flip method of teaching involves providing students with material to watch, read orengage with prior to the actual in-class lesson. This method is thought to support students in takingresponsibility for their own learning (with careful selection of the supporting material, whichis often in the form of pre-recorded video lectures), to improve engagement and usefulness ofcontact time, and to provide a richer learning environment for students. This article provides someexamples of using the flip method in science, engineering and product design pitched at A-level andfirst-year undergraduate levels in the UK.
|Number of pages||8|
|Journal||The School Science Review|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Sep 2013|
Covill, D., Patel, B., & Singh Gill, D. (2013). Flipping the classroom to support learning: an overview of flipped classesfrom science, engineering and product design. The School Science Review, 95(350), 73-80.