Jockey Club “Flipped Learning” Pilot Project

21 August 2020

More and more schools over the world have adopted “flipped learning” in recent years, inverting the traditional “attend lectures during classes; complete homework after classes” approach by requiring students to go through instructional videos and materials prior to classes. During classes, students are required to participate in teaching and learning activities to scaffold the knowledge learnt, and to complete homework with teachers’ facilitation. Research has shown that flipped learning helps promote students’ activeness in learning, and improves the relationship between students and teachers.

Funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, HKBU and CUHK launched the Jockey Club “Flipped Learning” Pilot Project in 2019, aiming to promote this innovative pedagogy in Hong Kong.

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