Lean analysis of flipped classrooms & MOOCs
June 2014
Kenniscentrum Technologie & Samenleving
en de Informatica Communicat...
Dreaming
Flipped classroom
Teacher’s dream: prepared students
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)
Student’s dream: free to...
Explained: flipped classroom
Student preparation
Study theory (video)
Make & submit exercises
Staff
Scan submitted work
In...
Explained: MOOCs
4
Free top education
“Students” study online lessons
video, quizzes, Q&A
online and f2f student groups
as...
Explained: OER
5
Free cut & paste
Free Learning material
co-creation
sharing
teacher’s community
Explained: lean
6
Process
value
flow
waste
radical and continuous improvements
Business Canvas Model Higher Education
7
Value Society:
Well-prepared starting professionals
Human capital
Innovation
8
9
Lean & Flipped Classroom 1/2
Traditional classroom
Student learning process
Theory (class), excercises (individual)
Value:...
Lean & Flipped Classroom 2/2
Flipped classroom
Student learning process
Preparation and exercises (individual),
classes: f...
Lean, MOOCs and OER
Learning materials are expensive
Higher education is expensive
Access to higher education is restricte...
Lean and OER
Analysis authoring process
Policy statement
Many authors are government paid
 results of their work publicly...
Lean and MOOCs
Analysis campus-based education
values
+ well-prepared starting professionals
? Human capital, innovation
-...
MOOCs in Campus University Education?
 Can our UAS include Stanford/MIT/… courses
in their own programs?
 Can our studen...
Discussion
Could LEAN contribute to Flipped
Classroom, OER and MOOCs?
Waste:
Flipped classroom ok
OER and MOOCs require so...
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René Bakker, Arnhem June 2014, Lean Six Sigma for Higher Education

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Lean in relation to the new teaching technologies like MOOC's and Flipped Classrooms
Presentation on 2nd International Lean Six Sigma Conference for Higher Education in Arnhem, The Netherlands, organized by HAN University of Applied Sciences

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  • René Bakker, Arnhem June 2014, Lean Six Sigma for Higher Education

    1. 1. Lean analysis of flipped classrooms & MOOCs June 2014 Kenniscentrum Technologie & Samenleving en de Informatica Communicatie Academie Educational (R)evolution Networked Education: Niek van Diepen & René Bakker
    2. 2. Dreaming Flipped classroom Teacher’s dream: prepared students Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) Student’s dream: free top education Open Educational Resources Civilian’s dream: free sharing and co-creation Lean Efficient , effective & inspiring organization 2
    3. 3. Explained: flipped classroom Student preparation Study theory (video) Make & submit exercises Staff Scan submitted work In Class Feedback, common problems & more 3
    4. 4. Explained: MOOCs 4 Free top education “Students” study online lessons video, quizzes, Q&A online and f2f student groups assessment and grading
    5. 5. Explained: OER 5 Free cut & paste Free Learning material co-creation sharing teacher’s community
    6. 6. Explained: lean 6 Process value flow waste radical and continuous improvements
    7. 7. Business Canvas Model Higher Education 7 Value Society: Well-prepared starting professionals Human capital Innovation
    8. 8. 8
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    10. 10. Lean & Flipped Classroom 1/2 Traditional classroom Student learning process Theory (class), excercises (individual) Value: credits, expertise, satisfaction Waste: class time (hard work for staff) 10
    11. 11. Lean & Flipped Classroom 2/2 Flipped classroom Student learning process Preparation and exercises (individual), classes: feedback, extra, outlook Credits↑, expertise↑, satisfaction↑ Class time is more effective 11
    12. 12. Lean, MOOCs and OER Learning materials are expensive Higher education is expensive Access to higher education is restricted 12 Open Educational Resources Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)
    13. 13. Lean and OER Analysis authoring process Policy statement Many authors are government paid  results of their work publicly available? scientific contributions (books, articles, reviews, conferences, …) Value Reliable, evidence-based knowledge Can a lean analysis lead to Open Access?13 accessible
    14. 14. Lean and MOOCs Analysis campus-based education values + well-prepared starting professionals ? Human capital, innovation - expensive & small numbers 14 Focus on campus university: Lean analysis is hard (novel markets) Focus on society Lean analysis or disruptive innovation?
    15. 15. MOOCs in Campus University Education?  Can our UAS include Stanford/MIT/… courses in their own programs?  Can our students get certificates of Stanford/MIT/… MOOCs as element in Flipped Classrooms with agreements on examination & certification 15
    16. 16. Discussion Could LEAN contribute to Flipped Classroom, OER and MOOCs? Waste: Flipped classroom ok OER and MOOCs require societal perspective Process: Flipped classroom ok OER and MOOCs other perspective. 16

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