Legal educators are increasingly encouraged, if not directed, to apply technological innovations in course design and delivery. The use of blended learning, in which courses are delivered in a combination of face-to-face settings and online, has become almost ubiquitous. Blended learning is often associated with active learning, in that a combination of face-to-face and online activities are particularly suitable to facilitate students’ active engagement in learning. Recently, there has been a great deal of interest in a particular type of blended learning which is known as ‘flipped’ learning.
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Burns, Kylie; Keyes, Mary; Wilson, Therese; Stagg-Taylor, Joanne; and Van Doore, Kate
"Active Learning in Law by Flipping the Classroom: An Enquiry into Effectiveness and Engagement,"
Legal Education Review: Vol. 27
, Article 14.
Available at: http://epublications.bond.edu.au/ler/vol27/iss1/14