Digi Know: Using video in the flipped classroom

Flipped classroom is where you provide instructional information content prior to a face-to-face session. The face-to-face session is then used to explore concepts together with the aid of the lecturer. Rather than limiting pre-session activities to academic reading the flipped classroom approach promotes the idea that you can combine a number of different approaches together to make these activities more engaging. The use of video can play a key part of this with Lecture Recording (Panopto) offering an ideal medium to record short presentations with audio and video feeds for students to view through Course Resources. These videos can then be combined with other activities like online discussions, blog posts, Padlet walls and quizzes to help reinforce key information students should bring to the face-to-face session for further exploration.

Lecture Recording can also do more than just record your lectures. Watch the video to see how others at Derby are using this versatile tool for things like student assessment, student feedback, feedforward and the flipped classroom.

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