I am giving a keynote at the AHEAD conference in March, and the lecture itself will be a flipped lecture on lecture flipping. The audience will be a mixture of academics and support staff from all over Europe and beyond, and the idea is that they will watch the presentation in advance (hmmmm) and we will then use the time during the actual conference presentation to discuss emerging themes. I will be highly caffeinated.
In order to address some of the issues around lecture flipping that face most educators, I would be interested to hear thoughts from lecturers and support staff on the idea of lecture flipping. Any and all of the following… please do comment or tweet me @seerymk:
- What do you think the potential of flipping is?
- What concerns you about the model?
- Is it scalable?
- In terms of resources, have you any thoughts on the materials prepared for lecture flipping in advance of and/or for lectures.
- How do you consider/reconsider assessment in light of lecture flipping.
- Any other genius ideas that I can rob…