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M&L 2012 - What happened when the faculty of arts flipped the classroom - by Sylvia Moes

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  • 1. WHAT HAPPENED WHEN THEFACULTY OF ARTS, FLIPPEDTHE CLASSROOM?
  • 2. GENERAL GOALS• Improve the (quality of) interaction between student-teacher, and students-students on campus• Increasing student’s satisfaction of course and getting more positive evaluations of course• Improving the quality of the outcomes via “deeper learning”2
  • 3. HOW? Via knowledge clips “transfer of knowledge, like basic theoretical knowledge” Through instruction clips “students learn the skills to work with, and create concept maps” Interactivity between students-students and teacher-students “via the creation and evaluation of conceptual mind maps”3
  • 4. COURSE DESIGN • Prior to the course • Knowlegde and instruction clips • literature • 1st week two live lectures • Introduction to the course • The functionality of concept maps in the course 2nd till 4th week 1. Two interactive lectures a week, plus extra knowledge clips for the next week 2. Students work in groups on description of concepts 3. Later on they create concept maps by making connections between concepts4 University Library
  • 5. We worked with: > c-map tools (free software in the cloud) > google drive > screencast-o-matic (for the creation of knowlegde and instruction clips)5 University Library
  • 6. NUMBER OF VIEWS AND MOMENTS IN THE COURSE Views-Users 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 29 27 1-8 8-15 15-22 22-29 6-13 13-20 20-27 sept- okt-3 sept sept sept sept okt okt okt 6 okt nov Total Views 78 9 1 3 1 8 39 43 0 Average % Watched Total Users 37 4 1 2 1 4 22 25 0 120% 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% 1-8 sept 8-15 sept 15-22 sept 22-29 sept 29 sept-6 okt okt 6-13 13-20 okt 20-27 27 okt-3 no okt6 University Library
  • 7. FEEDBACK OF STUDENTS Feedback "Pleasant way of working shape, long lectures are less efficient“ “the creation of concept maps is enlightening“ “to work in teams inspire me to create the best concept map“ “this method give me the opportunity to look from a different angle to the articles“ Suggestions "Why not the combination of a live lecture and one interactive concept map lecture a week?“ "It would be nice if, prior to the exam, a summary of the most important elements are given by the teacher via a live lecture"7 University Library
  • 8. WHAT DID WE LEARN• We did learn from the feedback of students • In next versions we will organise the feedback at the beginning of interactive lectures (the first 15 minutes) • At the end of the course we will organise a live webinar to give students information about the most important elements• For the teacher it was very intensive to • analyze the quality of the created maps • work with this interactive method for the first time8 University Library
  • 9. Questions > Sylvia Moes > Wetenschappelijke Informatiediensten UBVU > s.moes@vu.nl10 www.ub.vu.nl Universiteitsbibliotheek VU

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