Erfaringer med studentaktive læringsformer i teknologirikt undervisningsrom
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OriginalversjonKomulainen, T. M., Lindstrøm, C., & Sandtrø, T. A. (2015). Erfaringer med studentaktive læringsformer i teknologirikt undervisningsrom. Uniped, 38(04), 364-372. https://www.idunn.no/uniped/2015/04/erfaringer_med_studentaktive_laeringsformer_i_teknologirikt_
This article describes the use of flipped classroom and student-active teachingmethods in a technology-rich classroom, called ProLab, at Oslo and AkershusUniversity College, for a course in Dynamic Systems during fall semester2014. Careful pedagogical design and technical support were crucial forsuccessful implementation of active teaching methods in ProLab for approximately 60 students. Implementation of group work and studentpresentations in class was successful; the students were satisfied with thecourse, and an increased learning gain was measured. The course in DynamicSystems can be further improved by introducing stronger incentives for thestudents to prepare prior to class.