Flipped learning, a brief introduction

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  • Thanks so much Cathy, glad you liked it! And yes, flipping is great way to rethink class time and use it more effectively!
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  • I like how this is set out and the colours you have chosen. Flipped learning has its place with some classes and some students and works quite well. I use my class time for interaction with students i.e. I value the contact time and this is where flipped learning can have its advantages.
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Flipped learning, a brief introduction

  1. 1. flipped learning a brief introduction THIS PRESENTATION CONTAINS AUDIO
  2. 2. What’s Included An introduction to flipped learning: • concept • pedagogy • instructional design • learning spaces
  3. 3. Flipped Learning Explained
  4. 4. Flipped learning is a model of blended learning. Source: http://www.knewton.com/digital-education/
  5. 5. “Blended learning is more effective than either face-to-face or online learning by themselves.” “Between online and face-to-face instruction, online is at least as good and may even have the advantage in terms of improving student achievement and potentially expanding the amount of time (and quality time) students spend learning.” Education of Evidence-Based Practices in Online Learning. [The US Department of Education 2009]
  6. 6. Why Flip? What is the purpose of the flipped components?
  7. 7. Flipped Learning Pedagogy
  8. 8. Integration of classroom and online teaching.
  9. 9. Integration of classroom and online teaching. Classroom time reduced with rest of time used for online learning.
  10. 10. Integration of classroom and online teaching. Flipped components? Eg: recorded lectures, videos, readings, learning objects, quizzes, other resources. Classroom time reduced with rest of time used for online learning.
  11. 11. Integration of classroom and online teaching. Flipped components? Eg: recorded lectures, videos, readings, learning objects, quizzes, other resources. Flipped components completed PRIOR to class, during, or both. Classroom time reduced with rest of time used for online learning.
  12. 12. Integration of classroom and online teaching. Flipped components? Eg: recorded lectures, videos, readings, learning objects, quizzes, other resources. Flipped components completed PRIOR to class, during, or both. Classroom time spent on ‘practical’ interaction between students and teacher. Classroom time reduced with rest of time used for online learning.
  13. 13. Successful hybrid teaching and learning require a focus on what may best be done on campus, and what may best be done online.
  14. 14. Flipped Learning Instructional Design
  15. 15. Teaching models for both classroom and online delivery need to be reconsidered and recalibrated in response to new technological capacities. How will students be engaged? What will students experience?
  16. 16. Best Practice: • multimodal content • see and hear instructor • engage with content • engage with peers • effective structure that allows users to easily follow and work through online content
  17. 17. Content • Who will create content? • Will a range of resources such as YouTube, iTunes U, Khan Academy, webinars be used?
  18. 18. Flipped Learning Learning Spaces
  19. 19. A rethinking of both physical and virtual learning spaces as more (and diverse) interaction takes place face-to-face and virtually is required.
  20. 20. Conclusion An introduction to flipped learning: • concept • pedagogy • instructional design • learning spaces
  21. 21. Contact Sylvia Guidara Email: sguidara@me.com Web: www.digimuve.com Twitter: @digimuve Phone: 0431 830 068 Skype: s.guidara

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