This is a case study of one of the University’s funded pilot Flipping Projects
Peter Sloan discusses the implementation of randomised coursework
Engaged Teaching through Impediment Free and Active Teaching
Peter wrote small piece on his approach and philosophy to teaching with a copy made available on his blog. Here is an extract:
I have taught at Bath for just over 5 years across all years of Physics programmes: lecture courses, laboratories, tutorials and research projects. And have been an active member of the Department SSLC for the past two years. My objective is to get my students actively engaged with their learning. My role is to be a catalyst for student learning, primarily by acting as a facilitator who provides a well-defined, encouraging and challenging environment for them to work in. I achieve this through impediment free teaching and active teaching strategies.