Share Paper: Flipping the Classroom in First-Year Science Students using H5P Modules

  1. Jorge Reyna, The Australia and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologist (RANZCO), Australia
  2. Jose Hanham, University of Western Sydney, Australia
  3. Brett Todd, University of Sydney, Australia
Wednesday, June 24 3:45 PM-4:00 PM Room 3

Abstract: Flipped Learning (FL) has emerged as an essential instructional approach in tertiary education. A common misconception is that FL is highly dependent on the use of video. Educators have the choice to flip content with learning interactions such as interactive slides, a timeline of events, infographics or even image sliders. H5P is an open-source platform for producing a variety of flipped subject content that is easy to learn and use. This paper reports the experience of using H5P to flip content in first-year science education (n=45). The methodology included the use of the Flipped Learning Comprehensive Model (FLCM) in conjunction ...