How to optimise the flipped classroom using cognitive science | noreply@blogger.com (Anna Wood)

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Adopting a flipped approach to learning is increasingly common in undergraduate teaching in the UK and elsewhere, so how can you make sure it is working for you? Here are some ideas based on research in cognitive science.
We actually know an awful lot about how learning happens and the best techniques that support it thanks to years of work by cognitive scientists. But it is only recently that such work has started to influence study strategies, pedagogy and practice in the classroom. In this post I want to look at how two key ideas from cognitive science,…

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