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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 fl...
Session Plan
Introduction to flipped learning and some examples
Hands-on with simple screencasting tools
Screencast-o-mati...
Flipped Learning – what is it?
4
Deliver “just in time” training
Can be accessed anytime, anywhere
Models effective practi...
Benefits of flipped delivery model
• Provides flexible access to learning resources 24/7
• Gives teachers more 1:1 time he...
Screencasting – what might you use it for?
6
How to guides e.g.
Using software - e-registers, ProAchieve
Accessing the VLE...
Screencasting tools
• Screenr (free)
• Jing (free)
• Camstudio (free)
• Wink
• Camtasia
• Snagit
• Screencast-O-Matic
• Sm...
Activity
•Create a short “How to Guide” on a piece of
software of your choice
•Provide a virtual tour of a website
•Narrat...
Top tips for screencasting
Define the purpose of your screencast;
Keep it short ( less than five minutes – often just one ...
Screencasting tools
Brief overview of 10 free screen recording software tools
12 screencasting tools to produce video tuto...
Moving from good to outstanding
• Get your learners to create screencasts for each
other
• Create a community of staff who...
Brainshark
12
Activity
• Create an account on Brainshark
• Upload a presentation or a document to either
Brainshark
• Add narration, sav...
TedEd
• Create your own or
“flip” an existing lesson
• Context
• Questions – multiple
choice and free text
• Additional re...
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, weblink...
Blendspace (formerly EdCanvas)
18
Teachem
• Choose one or moreYouTube videos
• Add flashcards, questions and comments etc to
your video to make it into a mo...
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...
Next steps
Lynette.lall@rsc-em.ac.uk
Resources on Moodle
Evaluation http://tinyurl.com/derbyals
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    1. 1. Lyn Lall and Phil Hardcastle (Jisc RSC EM advisors) 16/07/2014 Flipped Learning workshop
    2. 2. 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
    3. 3. 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
    4. 4. 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
    5. 5. 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
    6. 6. Screencasting – what might you use it for? 6 How to guides e.g. Using software - e-registers, ProAchieve Accessing the VLE Moodle training
    7. 7. Screencasting tools • Screenr (free) • Jing (free) • Camstudio (free) • Wink • Camtasia • Snagit • Screencast-O-Matic • Smart recorder in the Smartnotebook software application • Screencast.com – free hosting of your screencasts 7
    8. 8. 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:
    9. 9. 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
    10. 10. Screencasting tools Brief overview of 10 free screen recording software tools 12 screencasting tools to produce video tutorials 10
    11. 11. 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
    12. 12. Brainshark 12
    13. 13. Activity • Create an account on Brainshark • Upload a presentation or a document to either Brainshark • Add narration, save and publish • Show and tell 13
    14. 14. 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 http://ed.ted.com/ • Publish • Share link with learners • Track views and learner and responses • Give feedback to learners
    15. 15. TedEd example 15
    16. 16. Activity Create a Flipped resources usingTedEd 16
    17. 17. 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
    18. 18. Blendspace (formerly EdCanvas) 18
    19. 19. 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
    20. 20. Teachem example 20 Click on the link provided in the chat pane. Password -jisc
    21. 21. 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
    22. 22. Next steps Lynette.lall@rsc-em.ac.uk Resources on Moodle Evaluation http://tinyurl.com/derbyals 22
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