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The Flipped Classroom

Practice and Practices in Higher Education

  • Carl Reidsema
  • Lydia Kavanagh
  • Roger Hadgraft
  • Neville Smith
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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxi
  2. Practice

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Carl Reidsema, Roger Hadgraft, Lydia Kavanagh
      Pages 3-14
    3. Lydia Kavanagh, Carl Reidsema, Julie McCredden, Neville Smith
      Pages 15-35
    4. Dominic McGrath, Anthea Groessler, Esther Fink, Carl Reidsema, Lydia Kavanagh
      Pages 37-56
    5. Renee M. Clark, Mary Besterfield-Sacre
      Pages 57-74
    6. Geoff Greenfield, Paul Hibbert
      Pages 75-86
    7. Lydia Kavanagh, Roger Hadgraft, Carl Reidsema, Neville Smith, Dominic McGrath
      Pages 87-93
  3. Practices

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 95-95
    2. Renee M. Clark, William W. Clark, Mary Besterfield-Sacre
      Pages 131-149
    3. Cindy O’Malley, Patricia McLaughlin, Pauline Porcaro
      Pages 151-161
    4. Paul Gagnon, Redante Mendoza, Jan Carlstedt-Duke
      Pages 211-228
    5. Allyson Mutch, Charlotte Young, Neville Smith, Kate van Dooren, Cassandra Ranatunga, Cathie Gillan et al.
      Pages 257-271
    6. April Wright, Geoff Greenfield, Paul Hibbert
      Pages 289-307
  4. Cindy O’Malley, Patricia McLaughlin, Pauline Porcaro
    Pages E1-E1

About this book

Introduction

Teaching and learning within higher education continues to evolve with innovative and new practices such as flipped teaching. This book contributes to the literature by developing a much deeper understanding of the complex phenomenon of flipped classroom approaches within higher education. It also serves as a practical guide to implementing flipped classroom teaching in academic practice across different higher educational institutions and disciplines.

Part 1 of this book (Practice) describes the considerations involved in flipped classroom teaching, including the challenges faced in transforming teaching and learning within higher education. Further, it reviews the educational concepts on which the flipped classroom is based, including a selected history of similar innovations in the past. The final sections of Part 1 explore the tools needed for flipping, the design steps, assessment methods and the role of reflective practice within flipped teaching environments. 

Part 2 of the book (Practices) provides a range of case studies from higher educational institutions in different countries and disciplines to demonstrate the many shapes and sizes of flipped classrooms. Many of the challenges, such as engaging students in their own learning and shifting them from spectators in the learning process to active participants, prove to be universal. 

Keywords

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Editors and affiliations

  • Carl Reidsema
    • 1
  • Lydia Kavanagh
    • 2
  • Roger Hadgraft
    • 3
  • Neville Smith
    • 4
  1. 1.University of QueenslandBrisbaneAustralia
  2. 2.University of QueenslandBrisbaneAustralia
  3. 3.University of Technology SydneySydneyAustralia
  4. 4.University of QueenslandBrisbaneAustralia

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