Flipped Classroom for large groups

Alexander Steinmaurer and Aleksandar Karakas from the Institute of Interactive Systems and Data Science tell how they use flipped classroom in online teaching with large groups and how they create a good supervision ratio and feedback opportunities.

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in the studio: Alexander Steinmaurer, Aleksandar Karakaš

In this podcast, Alexander Steinmaurer and Aleksandar Karakaš (Institute of Interactive Systems and Data Science) talk about the design of their basic computer science courses, and how online teaching with a flipped classroom concept and good feedback can also succeed with large groups of students. In addition, they talk about which TU Graz services helped them in planning and implementing their teaching and what challenges university assistants face.

The podcast as well as the transcript are available in German only.

Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution CC BY 4.0 International

TU Graz Educational Technology, Katharina Salicites, Alexander Steinmaurer, Aleksandar Karakaš