BYODto ourFlipped Learning Space                              Sherida L. Habersham                         Ogeechee Techni...
BYOD to our Flipped Learning SpaceThe purpose of this presentation is to demonstrate how OgeecheeTechnical College address...
Problem
21st Century Students must (21st Century Student Outcomes)
BYOD to our Flipped Learning SpaceUse technology as a tool to research, organize, evaluateand communicate information;
BYOD to our Flipped Learning SpaceUse digital technologies (computers, PDAs, media players,GPS, etc.), communication/netwo...
BYOD to our Flipped Learning SpaceApply a fundamental understanding of the ethical/legalissues surrounding the access and ...
Questions“What can we do”
BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space• How can we ensure that students are exposed?• How can we boost technology comfort leve...
BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space
BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space
BYOD to our Flipped Learning SpaceUse technology as a tool to research, organize, evaluateand communicate information;
BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space• Galileo• Easy Bib
BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space• Live Binders• Evernote• One Note
BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space• Dropbox• Google Drive
BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space• Visual.ly• Infogr.am
BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space• Cel.ly• Facebook• Google Apps• Presi
BYOD to our Flipped Learning SpaceUse digital technologies, communication/networking tools and socialnetworks appropriatel...
Our Flipped Space    “BYOD”
BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space
BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space(1970s) Paulo Freire  – Problem Posing Education
Our Model“There is no right model”
BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space   HELP   HYBRD
Outcomes
BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space
BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space
BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space
BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space
“Education is an act of love, and thus an act of courage”                     Paulo Friere
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This session will provide information about various technologies used to “flip” a General Education Introduction to
Computers course at a small technical college with a diverse group of learners. Participants will be able to identify
tools and resources to assist them in “flipping out”their classroom, gain an understanding of how tools such as
Cel.ly, Camtasia Studio 8.0, YouTube, Evernote and Facebook are used along with theAngel Course Management
System to further engage students and assist them in managing their own learning, learn how a General Education
Introduction to Computers course using MS Office is being used to teach students of all majors howto solve
business problems from a project management perspective, and understand of some of the challenges in
incorporating this design.

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Course Tech 2013, Sherida L. Habersham, BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space

  1. 1. BYODto ourFlipped Learning Space Sherida L. Habersham Ogeechee Technical College
  2. 2. BYOD to our Flipped Learning SpaceThe purpose of this presentation is to demonstrate how OgeecheeTechnical College addresses 21Century Learning Skills by adapting aFlipped Teaching model in Introduction to Computers- GeneralEducation class.
  3. 3. Problem
  4. 4. 21st Century Students must (21st Century Student Outcomes)
  5. 5. BYOD to our Flipped Learning SpaceUse technology as a tool to research, organize, evaluateand communicate information;
  6. 6. BYOD to our Flipped Learning SpaceUse digital technologies (computers, PDAs, media players,GPS, etc.), communication/networking tools and socialnetworks appropriately to access, manage, integrate,evaluate and create information to successfully function ina knowledge economy;
  7. 7. BYOD to our Flipped Learning SpaceApply a fundamental understanding of the ethical/legalissues surrounding the access and use of informationtechnologies.
  8. 8. Questions“What can we do”
  9. 9. BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space• How can we ensure that students are exposed?• How can we boost technology comfort levels?• How can we ensure student learning?• How can we promote lifelong digital/information literacy?
  10. 10. BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space
  11. 11. BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space
  12. 12. BYOD to our Flipped Learning SpaceUse technology as a tool to research, organize, evaluateand communicate information;
  13. 13. BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space• Galileo• Easy Bib
  14. 14. BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space• Live Binders• Evernote• One Note
  15. 15. BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space• Dropbox• Google Drive
  16. 16. BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space• Visual.ly• Infogr.am
  17. 17. BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space• Cel.ly• Facebook• Google Apps• Presi
  18. 18. BYOD to our Flipped Learning SpaceUse digital technologies, communication/networking tools and socialnetworks appropriately to:• access• manage• integrate• evaluate• createinformation to successfully function in a knowledge economy;
  19. 19. Our Flipped Space “BYOD”
  20. 20. BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space
  21. 21. BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space(1970s) Paulo Freire – Problem Posing Education
  22. 22. Our Model“There is no right model”
  23. 23. BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space HELP HYBRD
  24. 24. Outcomes
  25. 25. BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space
  26. 26. BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space
  27. 27. BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space
  28. 28. BYOD to our Flipped Learning Space
  29. 29. “Education is an act of love, and thus an act of courage” Paulo Friere
  30. 30. Resources

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