The Inverted Classroom Model and dealing with heterogeneous needs
G. Schutti-Pfeil, G. Wagner - The Inverted Classroom Model and dealing with heterogeneous needs - Inverted Classroom, Sankt Pölten, Austria, 2018, pp. 199-208
n this article, examples of the inverted classroom model (ICM) at the University of Applied Sciences
Upper Austria are described in various settings, as well as in a specific course in detail. Among other
things, ICM is used at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria to meet needs of diversity
such as varying prior subject knowledge or varying learning speeds among students. The
implementation of ICM also shows that diversity of the lecturers such as e.g. affinity to technology
but also because of individual teaching and learning scenarios, influences the way lecturers use ICM in their classes.