CDTA11052 | Blended Learning
BL Course Part 3: Incorporating active learning to engage students with pre-class and in-class activities
For NUS Staff
Credit Hours: 3.00
Fee: Free
No Available Class

Participants will be introduced to the key concepts relating to a cognitive framework for active learning, known as the ICAP framework. Various strategies to engage students during online and face-to-face lessons will be explored in this workshop. In addition, hands-on opportunities are provided for participants to design their own flipped lesson.

Intended Learning Outcomes

The sessions aim to enable participants to:

  • define what is active learning using the four modes of activities that is based on the ICAP hypothesis.
  • identify key considerations when selecting the appropriate kind of active learning strategies into the flipped classroom approach.
  • apply the principles and strategies to design learning activities that promote active engagement during out-of-class and in-class learning.


Offered by the Centre for Development of Teaching & Learning (CDTL)