Teachers record lectures on video and post them online, rather than lecturing in class time. Students watch the videos as homework. The classroom is then all about active learning activities and differentiationThe learning platforms below can facilitate the online development and storage of video and other multimedia content, as well as discussion and collaborative working - enabling the flipped classroom. Deliver “just in time” trainingCan be accessed anytime, anywhere
the effectiveness of learning outside learning sessions through technology, reviews and tutorialshow effectively and creatively staff use resources, including accommodation, equipment and technologythe effective use of technology in assessment
Benefits:- The focus of class time is switched to interaction and giving the teacher a chance to offer more attention to individuals or groups who need it most. - Students can learn at their own pace - the video lecture can be paused for note taking and skipped back to repeat sections if needed. - Lessons are delivered students even if they are absent due to illness, holidays etc. - Collaborative learning can be achieved during classtime, as the lecture part has been completed at home. Parental engagement is easier as much of the lesson is delivered at home. Models effective practice with technologyModels effective use of a VLEProvides flexible access to learning resources 24/7Gives teachers more 1:1 time helping studentsBuilds stronger student/teacher relationshipsOffers a way for teachers to share information with other colleagues, substitute teachers, students, parents, and the community easilySupports differentiation, by allowing students to “rewind” lessons and go through topics at their own pace as often as they needCreates a collaborative learning environment in the classroom
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Transcript of "Flipped learning workshop"
Go to View > Header & Footer to edit June 24, 2013 | slide 1RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learningInsight 2013 - Flipped Learning workshopLyn Lall (Jisc RSC EM advisor)www.jiscrsc.ac.uk/eastmidlands
June 24, 2013 | slide 2Objectives Understand what is meant by “Flipped Learning” Explore a range of tools to create flippedresources Create a flipped learning resource Be aware of how the RSC can support you witheffective use of technology to create flippedlearning resources
CIF Inspectors’ Handbook Learning outside classroom through technology Effective use of resources including technology Effective use of technology in assessmentJune 24, 2013 | slide 5
What are some benefitsof this method? Flexible access Personalised learning Stronger student/teacher relationships Share resources with other colleagues Class time for higher order thinking Supports differentiationJune 24, 2013 | slide 6
Screencasting – what might you use itfor?June 24, 2013 | slide 7How to guides e.g.Using software - e-registers, ProAchieveAccessing the VLEMoodle trainingGiving additional guidance about assignmentsGiving assignment feedback
Top tips for screencasting Define the purpose of your screencast; Keep it short ( less than five minutes – often justone or two minutes will be sufficient); Write a brief script/storyboard – maybe getsomeone to review it and offer feedback; Have all your materials ready Practise first before you record so you don’t needto edit afterwards.June 24, 2013 | slide 10
Moving from good to outstanding Get your learners to create screencasts for eachother Create a community of staff who sharescreencasts for staff development.June 24, 2013 | slide 11
Activity Use Jing to either:– Create a short “How to Guide” on a piece of software ofyour choice– Provide a virtual tour of a website– Login to RSC EM Moodle and find the resources forFlipped learning workshop Show and tellJune 24, 2013 | slide 12
TedED Activity TEDED Create a Flipped resources using TedEd– Create an account at http://ed.ted.com/– Find a Youtube video or an existing flipped video– Try flipping it Show and tellJune 24, 2013 | slide 13
Brainshark Activity Brainshark powerpoint Create an account on either Brainshark orPresentme Upload a presentation or a document to eitherBrainshark or Presentme Add narration, save and publish Show and tellJune 24, 2013 | slide 14
Presentme Activity Presentme presentation Create an account on Presentme Upload a presentation or a document toPresentme Add narration, save and publish Show and tellJune 24, 2013 | slide 15
Using ipads to create flipped resources Showme app EducreationsJune 24, 2013 | slide 16
How can the RSC help? Provide advice on the process of developingonline learning resources Provide advice and support for using tools todevelop learning resources Provide advice and support on effective use ofyour VLE to support training needs analysis andstaff developmentJune 24, 2013 | slide 17
June 24, 2013 | slide 18Presentation TitleJisc Regional Support Centres work withmore than 2,000 UK learning providershelping them to improve performanceand efficiency through the use oftechnology.www.jiscrsc.ac.uk
June 24, 2013 | slide 19Insight 2013All the resources from the Insight webinars andworkshops: Hosted on the RSC East Midlands Moodleplatform Web address - bit.ly/insight-resources Will be constantly updated over the next week
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