Professor Anna Förster from the University of Bremen in Germany has revolutionised the introductory course on Computer Science she delivers by adopting an inverted classroom format. She has rearranged the course structure, transforming face-to-face sessions into hackathons, where students work in groups on practical exercises in sessions of 4-to-5 hours. Further, all the self-study content she produced for the course as well as the content developed by students during these Hackathons is released as OER. They are available on both the university learning platform and Youtube, therefore facilitating reuse and improvement by peer colleagues and students.
Do you want to know more? Check out Practice 1.3 in the OpenGame Handbook of Successful Open Teaching Practices.