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  • 1. Throwing out the bathwater
    Carousel Learning
  • 2. Engaging Learners
    Part One….Use the Right Tools
    Active not Passive Learning
    Use Blogs, Social Networks, Mobile devices and multimedia
    Get learners to create their own online content:
    Google groups, Twitter
    Blogs
    Image galleries
    Videos
    Podcasts
    Maybe showcase on their own or team webpage….?
    Not using these Tools?
    ……………….They are!
  • 3. Dull, text based assignments resulting in a “Tickbox” approach to teaching & Learning.
    Learner attention span &lack of focus
    Everything Classroom based. 1 Teacher 20 Learners
    The “Go and research Tesco” syndrome
    Paper ! !
    “Phones , Facebook and YouTube are bad”
    Issues that need to be addressed….
  • 4.
    • Select most conducive modules
    • 5. Module Manager/coordinator
    • 6. Team of contributing teachers “drop in” to the programme
    • 7. Deliver 3# sessions each
    • 8. Student work accessible online + Facebook Group?
    • 9. Assessment includes presentations to the panel of teachers.
    The Learning Carousel
  • 10.
    • Impact of “visitors”.. Not “same old, same old…”
    • 11. Variety, new perspectives
    • 12. (& fun)
    • 13. Learner attention improved
    • 14. Staff expertise exploited
    • 15. More staff from different areas will commit to a drop in 3 session commitment
    • 16. Staff could be “X Factor” style individual team mentors / advocates
    The gains?
  • 17.
    • Timetables are already done
    • 18. It’s too complicated
    • 19. I Can’t do it in my module
    • 20. Erm………………..
    It won’t work.
    Cart
    Horse
  • 21. Engaging Learners
    Business should be exciting….
  • 22. Well………
    • Start with conducive modules.
    • 23. Spread the net for contributors – involve managers as teachers (some were once!)
    • 24. Minimise paperwork and time commitments.- Planning meetings- Course review meetings- I.V. and second marking meetings- Treat the teachers as guest speakers.
    Carousel Learning by Jay Glover is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
  • 25. Throwing out the bathwater
    Carousel Learning