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teaching approaches

By using a selection of teaching approaches with technology, the University of Reading makes education accessible to a wide audience.

No matter what your learning style is, our different approaches using a range of different technologies gives something to suit everyone. See the different approaches to education we employ at the University below.

ACTIVE LEARNING

By introducing activities using technology within a learning environment, students are encouraged to engage as an active classroom participant.

BLENDED LEARNING

Combining online resources through technologies and traditional face-to-face classroom methods for a blended learning experience.

DISTANCE LEARNING

Learn from any location remotely by using course material and a structure through technology with distance learning.

FLIPPED LEARNING

Switching the lecture in the classroom and homework at home elements of a course to encourage active discussions on learning material.

MOBILE LEARNING

This teaching approach makes accessible learning simple by carrying out education through mobile devices.

ENQUIRY AND PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING

Supporting independent learning and encouraging students to seek evidence through technology and analyse their knowledge.

TEACHING LARGE GROUPS

Using technology to enhance learning and education within large group teaching environments throughout the University.