Innovative Learning: The Inverted Classroom Model
Discover the possibilities offered by the ICM and collect ideas for your own IC scenario!
- This course provides you with information and incentives for the Inverted Classroom Model (ICM).
- Among other things, the creation of instructional videos will be discussed.
- Texts/literature, videos and examples (at the RUB) are given.
In the course of the digitalization of teaching, innovative teaching concepts are increasingly being developed and integrated into university teaching, which opens up new opportunities for teaching and learning. The Inverted Classroom Model (ICM) is a teaching model based on the idea of " inverting" the basic activities of the classical lecture. In traditional teaching concepts, content input is provided by the teachers in front of a large group of students in the lecture hall (in-class ), while further tasks are usually carried out at home in individual work (out-of-class). In the Inverted Classroom (IC), on the other hand, knowledge is conveyed purely in terms of content by means of multimedia online material, so that the face-to-face event in the large group can be used for a joint, in-depth examination of what has been learned.
Getting to know the Inverted Classroom Model (ICM) and incentives to integrate it into your everyday teaching.
Target group: Teachers
- ICM in the context of digitalization
- Concrete implementation of an IC scenario
- Structuring the out-of-class phase
- Tools for creating tutorial videos
- Structuring the in-class phase
- Effectiveness of the ICM
- Information collection and further training offers
- ICM at the RUB
- Linked files
Unless otherwise indicated: Ruhr-University Bochum, RUBeL, eScouts ICM, CC BY SA 4.0.
Date of publication
Wed, 01. Aug 2018 (aktualisiert am Mon, 13. Sep 2021)
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