Dr Zou Di

 Assistant Professor, Department of English Language Education

technology-enhanced language learning

game-based language learning

the flipped classroom

AI in language education

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Online or Blended Teaching

Flipped Classroom: A Handbook for English Teachers


1. Flipped classroom
    1.1 Traditional classroom V.S Flipped classroom
    1.2 Related theoretical frameworks, concepts, models and instructional approaches
    1.3 Peer instruction & Just-in-time teaching

2. How to flip a class
    2.1 ADDIE
    2.2 Tools for flipped learning activities
    2.3 Suggestions for teachers

3. Flipped classroom examples
4. Feasibility, potential and challenges

Experience Sharing Seminar

Flipgrid for Rapport Building, Reflection and Peer-assessment

In this project seminar, Dr Zou Di would introduce basic features and functions of Flipgrid with practical examples of how Flipgrid can be used for rapport building, peer assessment and reflection. Later in her sharing, she would also demonstrate how to create Flipgrid activities and invite students to join in a step-by-step manner.

Click the following image to view the entire sharing, including the video recording and the presentation slides. Enjoy!

Additional Resources

AWESOME – A Web of English SOurces for Modern Education