Creating flipped learning resources

Creating flipped learning resources



This workshop raises awareness of what "flipped learning" is, its benefits, as well as exploring a range of free tools to create flipped learning resources

This workshop raises awareness of what "flipped learning" is, its benefits, as well as exploring a range of free tools to create flipped learning resources



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  • Lyn Lall and Phil Hardcastle (Jisc RSC EM advisors) 16/07/2014 Flipped Learning workshop
  • Objectives Understand what is meant by “Flipped Learning” Explore a range of tools to create flipped resources Create a flipped learning resource Be aware of how the RSC can support you with effective use of technology to create flipped learning resources
  • Session Plan Introduction to flipped learning and some examples Hands-on with simple screencasting tools Screencast-o-matic Hands-on with • Brainshark • TedED • Blendspace 3
  • Flipped Learning – what is it? 4 Deliver “just in time” training Can be accessed anytime, anywhere Models effective practice with technology Models effective use of aVLE
  • Benefits of flipped delivery model • Provides flexible access to learning resources 24/7 • Gives teachers more 1:1 time helping students • Builds stronger student/teacher relationships • Offers a way for teachers to share information with other colleagues, substitute teachers, students, parents, and the community easily • Supports differentiation, by allowing students to “rewind” lessons and go through topics at their own pace as often as they need • Creates a collaborative learning environment in the classroom 5
  • Screencasting – what might you use it for? 6 How to guides e.g. Using software - e-registers, ProAchieve Accessing the VLE Moodle training
  • Screencasting tools • Screenr (free) • Jing (free) • Camstudio (free) • Wink • Camtasia • Snagit • Screencast-O-Matic • Smart recorder in the Smartnotebook software application • – free hosting of your screencasts 7
  • Activity •Create a short “How to Guide” on a piece of software of your choice •Provide a virtual tour of a website •Narrate a Powerpoint •Explain an assignment •Login to RSC EM Moodle and find the resources for Flipped learning workshop 8 Use Screencast-o-matic to either:
  • Top tips for screencasting Define the purpose of your screencast; Keep it short ( less than five minutes – often just one or two minutes will be sufficient); Write a brief script/storyboard – maybe get someone to review it and offer feedback; Have all your materials ready Practise first before you record so you don’t need to edit afterwards. 9
  • Screencasting tools Brief overview of 10 free screen recording software tools 12 screencasting tools to produce video tutorials 10
  • Moving from good to outstanding • Get your learners to create screencasts for each other • Create a community of staff who share screencasts for staff development 11
  • Brainshark 12
  • Activity • Create an account on Brainshark • Upload a presentation or a document to either Brainshark • Add narration, save and publish • Show and tell 13
  • TedEd • Create your own or “flip” an existing lesson • Context • Questions – multiple choice and free text • Additional resources for stretch and challenge • Add discussion 14 • Publish • Share link with learners • Track views and learner and responses • Give feedback to learners
  • TedEd example 15
  • Activity Create a Flipped resources usingTedEd 16
  • Blendspace (formerly EdCanvas) • Blend resources from all over the web to create interactive lessons • Add images, weblinks, videos, text, quizzes, surveys • Create classes and invite students to join and engage with your lessons • Track learner use and track assessments and surveys • Respond to user comments and feedback • Google Chrome app available. Can also be embedded into Edmodo courses 17
  • Blendspace (formerly EdCanvas) 18
  • Teachem • Choose one or moreYouTube videos • Add flashcards, questions and comments etc to your video to make it into a more rounded learning experience. • Learners can take notes while watching the videos using theTeachem SmartNote system and email them to the teacher, or share them with each other • Embed the flipped learning object in aVLE 19 A tool to enhance video
  • Teachem example 20 Click on the link provided in the chat pane. Password -jisc
  • How can the RSC help? • Provide advice on the process of developing online learning resources • Provide advice and support for using tools to develop learning resources • Provide advice and support on effective use of your VLE 21
  • Next steps Resources on Moodle Evaluation 22