The lecture remains a cornerstone of education in most UK universities despite continuing debate about the effectiveness of lecturing as a medium which fosters meaningful learning. Evidence suggests that learning is at its most effective when students are actively engaged and working collaboratively, which can be difficult to facilitate in the environment of a ‘traditional’ lecture in view of time constraints and the nature of content delivery.
In this webinar, award-winning Professor David Read from the University of Southampton will discuss his experiences of using the voting technology of Vevox to enhance flipped learning.
This webinar will include:
- The role of ‘flipped learning’ in the context of teaching chemistry
- How to utilise voting technology for flipped learning and to improve the student-teacher dialogue
- Examples demonstrating the importance of active learning in F2F lectures
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