Are you interested in the idea of the Flipped Classroom, but unsure how it works, or what it actually means? In this video, I break down how my law class on Evidence proceeds – from start to finish. You’ll also hear my thoughts on the flipped classroom, and better yet, the views of students who can tell you whether it …
In this video blog, I explore the connection between workload and efficient use of the flipped classroom. Is it more work for students, and if so, can students still be interested in the process? The answers, as my students told me, are “yes” and “yes”. Learn how!
This is Part 2 of a discussion on how to enhance your use of the Flipped Classroom. The tips for today concentrate on “Flash Hypotheticals”, and the use of factual variations.
This short video discusses a few tips on how to enhance your use of the Flipped Classroom. The tips for today concentrate on the use of problem scenarios, and the issue of how to “time” problem solving.
Here’s my first talk on the Flipped Classroom, from the Future of Law School Conference (Edmonton, 2013) that explains my reasons for moving to this mode of teaching.
In late 2013, I was on a panel with Craig Forcese of the University of Ottawa – another dedicated “flipper”. We talk about the potential and challenges of this teaching method. We co-wrote and published a paper that draws upon the panel discussion.