Flipped classroom (Blended learning) - BKO workshop (2016-2017)

Posted by @natasabrouwer on Oct. 5, 2021, 3:04 p.m. Contact: @natasabrouwer
This event is in the past
May 19, 2017, 3 p.m.


How can education technology be used in large groups of students to activate learning process in Blended learning? Which teaching method can stimulate critical thinking in large groups of students and can help students to reach deep understanding? There are many different ICT tools available. How to make a relevant choice that fits your course best?

Two effective Blended learning methods will be discussed in this workshop: peer-instruction and flipped classroom. The experiences from the teaching practice will be presented. There will be practical information about the availability of the Blended learning facilities: voting systems, knowledge clips production and video conferencing at our faculty.

This two hours workshop will be given in the form of flipped classroom. The participants need to make an assignment before the workshop (to work out the assignment about 1 hours is needed).
The last information will be sent per e-mail to the participants.

Assignment (download)

Application for the BKO workshops (only for Faculty of Science, University of Amsterdam)


The workshop Technology enhanced interactive teaching (Flipped classroom) - BKO workshop is part of the Faculty of Science BKO programme since 2013.
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