Flipped Classroom Workshop Series 4:

Synchronous and Asynchronous Support for Students Learning – Use of the Flipped Class Technique and Dialogic Videos

In this presentation, Dr Michael Botelho showed how he has used a variation of the flipped classroom in dentistry using worksheets with problem statements/photographs of scenarios, clinical problems and judgement skills to focus the learning and discussion between students and teacher.
 
This seminar also included a flipped class element with participants engaging in small group work to discuss and feedback to the class.
Synchronous and Asynchronous Support for Students Learning – Use of the Flipped Class Technique and Dialogic Videos
Programme
Date: 7 September 2018 (Friday)
Time: 10:30 - 12:15
Venue: SB UG06, Sino Building, The Chinese University of Hong Kong [Map / Campus Map]
Speaker: Dr Botelho, Michael George
Target: Teachers in higher education
Presentation Materials

Synchronous and Asynchronous Support for Students Learning – Use of the Flipped Class Technique and Dialogic Videos

Presenter: Dr Botelho, Michael George

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