Prof. Rick Glofcheski – Flipped Classroom and the Learning Impact

On November 16, 2016 Prof. Glofcheski from University of Hong Kong presented “Flipped Classroom and the Learning Impact”. In this session, Prof. Glofcheski introduced his flipped classroom concept that he uses in his compulsory tort law course at the University of Hong Kong.  Tort Law is a foundational course in the law curriculum and a required course.  In Tort Law Prof. Glofcheski teaches more that 200 students at a time. The use of flipped learning in his tort class is a work in progress.  The course is  well received by the students and some degree of success can be claimed. Prof. Glofcheski shared his experiences, starting from the inception of the idea, consultation with students, the implementation, the physical setting, the interface with Moodle-based resources, student feedback and problems encountered along the way.  The course uses actual case scenarios from the Hong Kong news media, media journals, peer teaching, tutors and on-line video lectures.  (Slides available to download:  UMac flipped learning presentation November 16 2016 [Read-Only])




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