Recapping effective pedagogy to ensure inclusivity and optimise learning and teaching experiences

Duyen Chu, Hien Nguyen

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    Recaps have long been used in the media industry, where they have been found to be effective in supporting viewers? understanding and recall of information. More recently, recaps have been explored in educational settings. This study examines whether recapping can support inclusivity and help to optimise learning and teaching experiences in the context of a business school in a widening participation university. We applied a mixed-method approach to collect data from both students and instructors. We used questionnaires to capture quantitatively their perceptions about recapping and semi-structured interviews to explore their opinions in more depth. Our findings indicate that recapping is perceived as an effective pedagogical approach that can improve learning experience of students, teaching experience of teachers and ensure a more inclusive environment. The research makes both theoretical and methodological contributions to the literature.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalCompass: Journal of Learning and Teaching
    Issue number2
    Publication statusPublished (VoR) - 15 Oct 2022


    • Dynamic use of recap
    • Learning and Teaching Experiences
    • Optimisation
    • Business and Management Education
    • Pedagogy
    • Learning and Memory


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