Using active learning in hybrid learning environments
Paper in proceedings, 2020

Engagement in synchronous learning activities is analysed both from a teacher and student perspective for two short flipped courses offered in a hybrid learning environment. Despite the remote nature of the courses for the off-site attendees in particular, careful planning of the synchronous activities resulted in deep student engagement.

Flipped classroom

Distant education

Active learning

On-site/off-site education

Author

Christophe Demaziere

Subatomic, High Energy and Plasma Physics

Konferens om Undervisning och Lärande - KUL2020

Conference on Teaching and Learning (Konferens om Undervisning och Lärande - KUL2020)
Gothenburg, Sweden,

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Educational Sciences

Areas of Advance

Energy

Learning and teaching

Pedagogical work

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1/12/2020