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WIHEA Workshop: Realising the combined pedagogic power of flipped learning and learning logs

This event took place on Thursday, 3 March 2022.

The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the critical need for previously taught face to face courses to be delivered online. The rapid online development of a major MSc module at WMG involved the introduction of flipped learning and learning logs to stimulate student reflexivity and deep learning. Students were asked to complete learning logs after finishing required pre-work as a prelude to subsequent online seminars. This enabled tutors to integrate actual student learning and student questions into synchronous sessions.

This workshop discussed the approach adopted and explore what we need to do to fully realise the combined pedagogic power of flipped learning and learning logs to promote critical thinking and deep learning for taught postgraduate students from:

  • a design perspective
  • the perspective of co-collaboration and partnership with students
  • the perspective of measuring results i.e. the evidence that critical thinking and deep learning have occurred

WIHEA Fellows and Alumni were asked to explore these areas and co-create. In line with the flipped learning approach, this presentation was prepared as reading material prior to the workshop.

Event Recording

Speaker Details:

Tejal Fatania

Senior Teaching Fellow (WMG)

This is a picture of the speaker, Tejal Fatania

Tejal teaches on several masters and post experience programmes at WMG, The University of Warwick. His research interests are in the areas of Institutional Complexity and Higher Education. Prior to his academic career, Tejal has over 20 years’ experience in senior HR and Management Consultancy roles in leading global organisations including EY, Eon and Capgemini. Tejal is a Chartered FCIPD, FCMI and SFHEA.