IT’s been two years since three new Collaborative lecture theatres were designed, built and launched at the University of Leeds. LITE Teaching Enhancement Project leader, Alice Shepherd, talks here about her experience following two sets of evaluation from both students and teaching and support staff in an eight minute video.
Alice speaks about using flipped learning and the redesigned collaborative lecture theatres to support students on an interdisciplinary, non-specialist management accounting module.
She explores the use of space, pedagogy and technology to make the learning more interactive and engaging for students and staff.
The feedback from staff and students has been positive and Alice continues to enjoy developing her module with the principles of active learning and flipped pedagogies in mind.