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Flipped Learning Posters

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1 From Concept to Practice: helping teachers to create effective flipped classrooms
2 Encouraging student engagement in pre-work
3 Implementing team-based Learning (TBL) in accounting courses
4 MCQs are OUT: Engaging undergraduates with varied in-class activities
5 Encouraging self-regulated learning and improving student engagement in second year science courses
6 Adopting a Flipped Classroom approach to foster learning and engagement in science and technology education at the undergraduate level
7 Flipping the Endocrine System: Enhancing Student Learning Outcomes in Blood Glucose Control
8 Treading water or developing understanding?
9 Flipping Anatomy and Physiology for Speech Pathology Students
10 Flipped learning in a multi-site first year anatomy unit
11 Flipping human anatomy lectures: Engaging students using digital media and mini lectures
12 Applying Flipped Learning to Placement Preparation and Employability Skills: Can it be done?
13 A flipped approach to fostering collaboration for paramedics learning to manage mental health presentations
14 Have we achieved what we planned? Staff and student outcomes following implementation of flipped capacity building workshops
15 Flipping Business Law Units in Challenging times: Flipping Mad or a Better Pedagogy?
Click here to download the poster abstracts.

1. From Concept to Practice: helping teachers to create effective flipped classrooms

Catherine Snelling, Sophie Karanicolas, Tracey Winning | University of Adelaide

2. Encouraging student engagement in pre-work

Kate Carroll, Sharon Flecknoe | Monash University

3. Implementing team-based Learning (TBL) in accounting courses

Jacqueline Christensen, Kayleen Wood | Southern Cross University

4. MCQs are OUT: Engaging undergraduates with varied in-class activities

Hayley McGrice, Susan Hazel | University of Adelaide

5. Encouraging self-regulated learning and improving student engagement in second year science courses

Karina Riggs, Beth Loveys | University of Adelaide

6. Adopting a Flipped Classroom approach to foster learning and engagement in science and technology education at the undergraduate level

Les Vozzo | Western Sydney University

7. Flipping the Endocrine System: Enhancing Student Learning Outcomes in Blood Glucose Control

Tracy Douglas | University of Tasmania

8. Treading water or developing understanding?

Sharon Flecknoe, Kate Carroll | Monash University

9. Flipping Anatomy and Physiology for Speech Pathology Students

Sarahlouise White, Sebastian Doeltgen | Flinders University

10. Flipped learning in a multi-site first year anatomy unit

Jodi Sita | Australian Catholic University, Sophie Karanicolas, Tracey Winning, Catherine Snelling | University of Adelaide

11. Flipping human anatomy lectures: Engaging students using digital media and mini lectures

Mannish Daval, Hayley Green, Cherylea Browne | Western Sydney University

12. Applying Flipped Learning to Placement Preparation and Employability Skills: Can it be done?

Louisa Matwiejczyk, Margaret Alexander | Flinders University

13. A flipped approach to fostering collaboration for paramedics learning to manage mental health presentations

Georgia Clarkson | Australian Catholic University, Sophie Karanicolas, Tracey Winning, Catherine Snelling | University of Adelaide

14. Have we achieved what we planned? Staff and student outcomes following implementation of flipped capacity building workshops

Tracey Winning, Fizza Sabir, Sophie Karanicolas, Cathy Snelling | University of Adelaide

15. Flipping Business Law Units in Challenging times: Flipping Mad or a Better Pedagogy?

Andrew Coleman, Paul Sugden | Monash University

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