You can contact the DMLL Beyond Flipped team for support in Flipping your classroom. 

Alan Richards –  aa4277@coventry.ac.uk
Alex Masters – ac0187@coventry.ac.uk
Oliver Wood – ab5576@coventry.ac.uk

Alternatively, give us a call on +44 (0) 7557 425 534.



02477 659495


Disruptive Media Learning Lab
Frederick Lanchester Library
Coventry University
Gosford Street
Coventry CV1 5DD



What is Flipped Learning?

practice that creates learning through active participation and skills development through the curation of educational experiences in a technology rich learning environment.

Flipped learning is an approach that utilises the benefits of learning technologies and places an emphasis on student participation and the learning process. Within this approach there is a wide range of potential ways in which the flipped approach might be interpreted. How it is interpreted will be impacted upon by a wide range of factors, (such as student level, professional requirements, staff experience); however any implementation of the flipped approach must be looking to enhance student participation, the learning process and staff-student interaction.

About Teaching and Learning at Coventry University

Through our Education Strategy, we will ensure that our graduates are confident citizens who can demonstrate a range of individual, collaborative, and professional skills and attributes.

Building on our success, we will provide our students with a transformative learning experience, preparing them to make significant contributions to their professions, the economy and society to become a creative force in a rapidly evolving world.

We will continue to ensure the highest quality experience for all our students, making sure they are taught by highly motivated, committed and passionate staff who are at the forefront of their disciplines.

What is the Disruptive Media Learning Lab?

The Disruptive Media Learning Lab (DMLL) is a semi-autonomous cross-University experimental unit whose remit is specifically to drive innovation of teaching, learning and practice forward (in the ‘Google model’: to break and remake existing ways of doing higher education) so that the University can re-model its own practices.