Using ‘flipped classroom’ to place sport students’ learning at centre stage: insights and food for thought

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JournalJournal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change
Volume3
Issue number2
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Publication statusPublished - 15 Dec 2017
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Considerable research reveals that 21st century employers are seeking to recruit graduates who are adaptable, are able to cope with challenging situations, show initiative, think strategically, are willing to try new things, are self-motivated and display efficient self- and time-management skills (Andrews and Higson, 2008; Bridgstock, 2009). If such dynamic and flexible work-ready individuals are to be created, there needs to be a Higher Education (HE) response to the growing body of evidence which emphasises the adoption of alternatives to traditional lecture/seminar formats, for those may no longer be fit for purpose in the learning and teaching context of the contemporary United Kingdom (UK) student population (McLaughlin et al, 2014; McLean et al, 2016; Reddan, McNally and Chipperfield, 2016).

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