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Insight into flipped learning in the classroom

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The presentation slides from the Insight Workshop

The presentation slides from the Insight Workshop

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  • Lower order thinking skills, Higher order thinking skills
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    • 1. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit July 4, 2013 | slide 1 RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learning Insight into Flipped learning in the classroom Blend IT, Mix IT, Flip IT! Steve Saffhill steve.saffhill@rsc-em.ac.uk www.jiscrsc.ac.uk
    • 2. Summary • Learning Theories • Flipped • Skills for the future workforce • Stretch and challenge • LOTS to HOTS • That thing on the wall
    • 3. Making your own learning theory July 4, 2013 | slide 3
    • 4. Edgar Dale’s Cone of Experience Read Hear View images Watch videos Attend exhibits/sites Watch a demonstration Participate in hands-on workshops Design collaborative lessons Simulate, model or experience a lesson Design/perform a real lesson
    • 5. July 4, 2013 | slide 5 Flipped classroom model – What is it?
    • 6. Edgar Dale’s Cone of Experience Flipped Read Hear View images Watch videos Attend exhibits/sites Watch a demonstration Participate n hands-on workshops Design collaborative lessons Simulate, model or experience a lesson Design/perform a real lesson ACTIVITIES ON VLE
    • 7. Read Hear View images Watch videos Attend exhibits/sites Watch a demonstration Participate in hands-on workshops Design collaborative lessons Simulate, model or experience a lesson Design/perform a real lesson Edgar Dale’s Cone of Experience Flipped CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES
    • 8. What are some benefits of this method? • Flexible access • Personalised learning • Stronger student/teacher relationships • Share resources with other colleagues • Class time for higher order thinking July 4, 2013 | slide 8 • Learning outside classroom through technology • Effective use of resources including technology • Effective use of technology in assessment
    • 9. The changing paradigms of learning Disseminate Distant Memorize Facilitate Collaborative Synthesize
    • 10. Enterprise education • Application of creativity • Government wants creative workforce – The right mindset • So what are enterprise skills?
    • 11. Enterprise skills • Taking the initiative • Intuitive decision making • Making things happen • Networking • Identifying opportunities • Creative problem solving • Innovating • Strategic thinking • Personal effectiveness (QAA)
    • 12. Stretch and challenge • What is it? • Or what is it not?
    • 13. Effective classroom teaching LOTStoHOTS Creating Evaluating Analysing Applying Understanding Remembering
    • 14. Going from LOTS to HOTS • SMART Boards • Mindmaps/argument maps • Coaching instead of teaching • Text chat
    • 15. Bloom’s Taxonomy – on a computer July 4, 2013 | slide 15
    • 16. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit July 4, 2013 | slide 16 RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learning Insight into Flipped learning in the classroom Blend IT, Mix IT, Flip IT! Steve Saffhill steve.saffhill@rsc-em.ac.uk www.jiscrsc.ac.uk

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