The L·E·A·R·N framework has been developed by the Disruptive Media Learning Lab (DMLL) to aid in adoption ofBeyond Flipped learning methods. l-cardsL·E·A·R·N comprises of five elements, each designed to get participants considering different approaches from the traditional lecture-seminar-homework teaching style. Employing the framework allows for a more dynamic and innovative approach to learning and teaching, focusing on five key stages of the process.  
Choose a short question for exploration
Explore problem domain through any appropriate means within the physical or hyper space.  
Identify credible sources of information
Curate information to formulate academically rigorous argument.  
Present findings to peers for discussion and analysis
Debate different points of view to gain a deep understanding of problem domain. In other words, this means getting students to PRESENT their understanding.  
Amalgamate disparate ideas
Consolidate information into a balanced understanding of initial topic and resultant arguments.  
Turn information into knowledge for future utilisation
Create links between new knowledge garnered through this exercise with previous endeavours.

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