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Title: A flipped classroom in law teaching
Authors: Mimoso, Maria João
Anjos, Maria do Rosário
Keywords: Flipped Classroom
Higher Education
Problem Based Learning (PBL)
Issue Date: Jul-2019
Citation: Mimoso, M. J., & Anjos, M. R. (2019). A flipped classroom in law teaching. EDULEARN19 Proceedings. Palma, Spain, 1-3 July 2019, (pp. 4708-4712). Disponível no Repositório UPT:
Abstract: Globalization has introduced changes in communication between people, also affecting education in general. The intensification of the free circulation of people had generated a rethink of Higher Education. The Bologna Declaration operated a veritable "Copernican Revolution" advocating a European Higher Education Area and consequently the implementation of new teaching methodologies. In the teaching of the law there is a total absence of didactic and pedagogical training. The teaching indifference contributes to the lack of interest of students, with a negative impact on the acquisition of professional skills. We intend that this study constitutes one hand, a provocation, and the other, a critical reflection on the teaching of law in Portugal. As a result of our experience as Teachers of Higher Education in the area of Law, we implemented the flipped classroom methodology. The classroom becomes the place for teacher-student interaction, encouraging the latter to take a more active stance, collaborating in the construction of his knowledge. The results show great commitment of the student regarding this learning teaching method.
ISBN: 978-84-09-12031-4
Appears in Collections:IJP - Comunicações a Congressos Internacionais / Papers in International Meetings

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