Inverting the course - Competence-Oriented Active Learning in the Flipped Classroom

This course has two asynchronous and two synchronous phases, you will find the exact dates in the description below.

The Flipped Classroom opens up possibilities for competence-oriented active learning in lectures and other teaching formats by inverting the usual activities inside and outside a course. The passive reception of teaching content is shifted to the individual preparation phase of a course. The class phases of a course – whether as a physical class or in synchronous digital teaching – systematically build on the competences and questions acquired by the students in preparation phases. The classes thus serve to apply and deepen the acquired knowledge as well as to develop more sophisticated competences. This introductory workshop deals with the conceptual foundations and the practical implementation of active learning in the Flipped Classroom. As part of the workshop, participants develop a concept for their own flipped learning unit.
Workshop objective: At the end, participants will be able to design courses and learning units following the flipped classroom concept, formulate competence-oriented teaching-learning objectives and select appropriate teaching methods for preparation and class phases.

Contents of the Workshops:

  • Introduction to and definition of the Flipped Classrom
  • The evidence base of the Flipped Classroom
  • Methods and materials for asynchronous teaching
  • Methods and materials for synchronous teaching
  • Planning your own Flipped Classroom unit by: a) formulating competence goals, b) selecting asynchronous methods for the preparation phase, c) selecting synchronous methods for the class phase
  • Discussion of teaching concepts in small groups and mutual feedback
  • Joint meta-reflection on the opportunities and challenges of Flipped Classroom.

Target group:
This workshop is aimed at professors, teachers for special tasks, lecturers and academic staff who are active in teaching but have little or no previous experience with the Flipped Classroom.

The coach:

PD Dr. Daniel Lambach is a political scientist and has worked as a higher education coach since 2015. Further information at

The workshop will take place in the form of two asynchronous and two synchronous parts, thereby following the Flipped Classroom format itself. The asynchronous parts are self-study phases that will be completed in a Moodle room. The synchronous parts take place via Zoom.

1) Asynchronous phase (20 February to 5 March 2023)
2) Synchronous phase (6 March 2023, 9.30-12.30)
3) Asynchronous phase (7-12 March 2023)
4) Synchronous phase (13 March 2023, 9.30-12.30)


The Event can be recognised for the Profile Area of the Certificate Leuphana Lehre Plus+ with 11 WU.


Datum/Zeit 20.02.2023 08:00 Uhr - 13.03.2023 12:30 Uhr
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Referent*inPD Dr. Daniel Lambach

Politikwissenschaftler und Trainer in der Hochschuldidaktik, mehr Informationen hier.

Zielgruppe Alle Lehrenden
Anmeldebeginn 16.12.2022 13:22 Uhr
Anmeldeschluss 13.02.2023 08:00 Uhr
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