Cobden 3: Our showcase room in Manchester Can you flip a summer pre-sessional? And how? These were the questions posed at the University of Sheffield over two years ago, in the quest for a solution to the (not unpleasant) issue of having more students than classrooms. Guest blogger Claire Basarich, alongside the Director of Technology […]
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51 technologies to flip your classroom?
By LTSIG webteam on 15/08/2016 in Article, Technology Reality Check
I came across a blog post the other day that suggested 51 technologies that we could use to flip our classes. This surprised me on several levels, but mainly because I once did a very large flipped classroom project which lasted for 5 years and only really used 2 technologies. It made me reflect upon […]
Flipped with a touch of gamification
By LTSIG webteam on 24/02/2016 in Blog
I have a mixed ability class and some of the students refuse to respond to the lessons whereas others are highly motivated. Some of them join us when they feel they can. Isn’t this a common problem for teachers? Aren’t all classes mixed-ability classes? People learn better when they want to learn. I agree that […]