Expanding delivery online provides opportunities to use face to face time in new and potentially more effective ways. If content has been pre-viewed by students, time that used to be used for lectures could be used to help students analyse, synthesise or evaluate instead. When the pressure of knowledge-transfer has been reduced, it becomes possible for academics and students to work collaboratively in their learning and adopt more dialogic styles of interaction.

Juliet Harrison

This short film discusses the benefits of adopting a flipped approach to content delivery. Juliet describes how she has produced a set of videos for her students and timetabled them into her module plan. The students themselves are able to explain advantages that they have experienced in terms of personalisation of pace, time and location for the online content – and the greater interactivity they enjoyed when they were all together as a group.  

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