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Flipped classroom: The student-centred model

In the flipped approach, class time is “re-purposed” for inquiry, application, and assessment to better meet the needs of individual learners. Students gain control of the learning process by reviewing course material before face-to-face class time, using readings, pre-recorded video lectures, or research assignments. During face-to-face sessions, instructors become facilitators of the learning process by helping students work through problems individually and in groups. In this presentation, 2013 Associate Faculty Champion Lily Lim shows how and why a flipped classroom approach worked in her course. She will address its strengths and possible drawbacks as well as lessons drawn from her recent project.


Category Faculty Learning Symposium 2014
Speaker Lily Lim
Additional Material(s) Slides (PDF)

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