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First in a series of webinars for the RSC East Midlands Insight 2013 events, on Flipped learning. Flipped learning is explained along with examples of tools to create flipped resources for both ...

First in a series of webinars for the RSC East Midlands Insight 2013 events, on Flipped learning. Flipped learning is explained along with examples of tools to create flipped resources for both teaching and learning and CPD

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  • 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 differentiation The 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” training Can be accessed anytime, anywhere June 19, 2013
  • the effectiveness of learning outside learning sessions through technology , reviews and tutorials how effectively and creatively staff use resources, including accommodation, equipment and technology the effective use of technology in assessment June 19, 2013
  • 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 technology Models effective use of a VLE 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 June 19, 2013
  • Inequality – This method assumes that everybody has access to a device to view the lessons Quality of video – The video needs to be of high quality in order to have the desired impact Quality of lesson – Actually this is not different to traditional teaching methods, the lesson needs to be of high quality in order for students to be able to learn from it Video aversion – Some teachers might be uncomfortable recording themselves, try audio only June 19, 2013
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  • Molenet at castle College – Automotive training videos produced and edited by staff and learners, using Moviemaker June 19, 2013
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Insight 2013 Flipped Learning Insight 2013 Flipped Learning Presentation Transcript

  • June 19, 2013 | slide 1RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learningInsight into Flipped LearningBlend IT, Mix IT, Flip IT!19thJune 2013, 10.00 – 10.45 a.m.Lyn Lall and Jake Dartington (Bilborough College)www.jiscrsc.ac.uk
  • June 19, 2013 | slide 2Objectives Understand what is meant by “Flipped Learning” Be aware of– some of the advantages of flipped learning– some tools to produce flipped resources– how technology can support effective delivery andengagement Hear from providers who have used the “Flipped”delivery model either for teaching and learning orto deliver Flipped CPD for mandatory training
  • June 19, 2013 | slide 3What is your level of experience withFlipped learning?A. Not really sure what it isB. Never tried/used itC. Dabbled a littleD. Used regularly
  • Flipped learningJune 19, 2013 | slide 4
  • The Flipped ClassroomJune 19, 2013 | slide 5
  • CIF Inspectors’ Handbook Learning outside classroom through technology Effective use of resources including technology Effective use of technology in assessmentJune 19, 2013 | slide 6
  • 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 19, 2013 | slide 7
  • Issues Suitable for all learners? Culture shift Inequality of access Quality/length of video Quality of learning objects Staff Video aversionJune 19, 2013 | slide 8
  • Edgar Dale’s Cone of ExperienceFlippedOutside classroomInside classroomJune 19, 2013 | slide 9
  • Jake Dartington (Bilborough College) What and Why– Learners – who?– Tools used, kit needed– Skills– Challenges Lessons learnt Impact on learners– Learner feedback QuestionsJune 19, 2013 | slide 10
  • What tools are you using? If you are already doing some flipped delivery, tellus what tools you’re using in the chat paneJune 19, 2013 | slide 11
  • Some easy ways in to flipped learning Ready made resources to add to/embed in VLE e.g– Videojug– Youtube– TEDed– Educreations app for ipad/Android– Khan Academy Create own resources– Smartphone or pocket camcorders for practical techniques– Screencasts– Video/audio/narrated resourcesJune 19, 2013 | slide 12
  • TEDedJune 19, 2013 | slide 13
  • Some tools for creating flippedresourcesXerteSkype masterclass Screencasting tools (Web based))– Screencast-o-matic– Screenr Software tools– Camstudio (free)– Camtasia– Jing (free)– Wink (free)– Audacity (free)June 19, 2013 | slide 14
  • ScreenrJune 19, 2013 | slide 15
  • Screencast-o-maticJune 19, 2013 | slide 16
  • Some tools for creating narratedresources Articulate Storyline Brainshark Presentme Xerte online toolkits Xerte exampleJune 19, 2013 | slide 17
  • BrainsharkJune 19, 2013 | slide 18
  • PresentmeJune 19, 2013 | slide 19
  • Xerte online toolkitsJune 19, 2013 | slide 20
  • Flipped delivery model for staff CPD Save staff time, delivering and accessing CPD Reduce travel costs Reduce pressure on room utilisation Be sustainable Increase uptake of training Provide tracking and reports for managersJune 19, 2013 | slide 21
  • Health & Safety training at LoughboroughcollegeJune 19, 2013 | slide 22
  • June 19, 2013 | slide 23Insight 2013That’s it for this Insight webinar!If you have any questions then please contact us: 01509 618116 Lynette.lall@rsc-em.ac.uk Jake.Dartington@bilborough.ac.uk www.jiscrsc.ac.uk