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Loreto 5  Elsa Vink 2013
Loreto 5  Elsa Vink 2013
Loreto 5  Elsa Vink 2013
Loreto 5  Elsa Vink 2013
Loreto 5  Elsa Vink 2013
Loreto 5  Elsa Vink 2013
Loreto 5  Elsa Vink 2013
Loreto 5  Elsa Vink 2013
Loreto 5  Elsa Vink 2013
Loreto 5  Elsa Vink 2013
Loreto 5  Elsa Vink 2013
Loreto 5  Elsa Vink 2013
Loreto 5  Elsa Vink 2013
Loreto 5  Elsa Vink 2013
Loreto 5  Elsa Vink 2013
Loreto 5  Elsa Vink 2013
Loreto 5  Elsa Vink 2013
Loreto 5  Elsa Vink 2013
Loreto 5  Elsa Vink 2013
Loreto 5  Elsa Vink 2013
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  • 1. Loreto 5
  • 2.  The ‘flipped learning’ approach could develop a more engaging, self-directed and interesting method for delivering content in the year 11 Prelim Biology course  Enable students to become more active and involved learners and to take more initiative and responsibility for their learning  Prepare students better for the independent approach needed for their HSC studies  Archive resources - available when needed
  • 3.  Biology – very content heavy o 4 Topics in 3 terms - up to 48-50 dot points per topic o Theory and practicals  Prelim Biology o 2 Topics focus on Evolution and Fossils o Can become dry and boring o Students become passive in their learning o Rely 100% on teacher information and delivery o Year 11 Biology resources are barren of good digital and student-centred resources
  • 4.    To develop interactive PDF portfolios consisting of a collection of digital activities. Originally - focus on the ‘Life on Earth’ topic which outlines the origin of life and the evolution and fossil record of Life on Earth After consultation with the Biology staff and HOD and due to an existing assessment task, focus on the ‘Evolution of Australian Biota’ topic.
  • 5.          Smart Board and PowerPoint presentations OneNote YouTube Quia quizzes PDF – interactive PDF – with voice EverNote, Edublogs Screencast-O-matic Google Docs
  • 6.  Claudia Chow feedback.mp4
  • 7. Prelim Biology – ‘teach’ all 3 classes for FNQ period  HSC – help to complete course effectively and calmly  HSC exam preparation – Quia quizzes for every topic to improve MC section  Y11 and Y8 – Peer and teacher feedback in an easy non-threatening way 
  • 8.  IT staff and Integrators  Availability and expertise  Professional Development  Flipped Learning – the pedagogy  Flipped Learning – Google Docs a helpful tool  Loreto 5 colleagues  Blogs, Wikis, Screencast videos, professional discussions  Science colleagues
  • 9. STUDENTS   To create an independent attitude towards the learning process, apply an investigative approach and develop problem solving abilities in class with teacher as facilitator Students to use archived resources for review or remediation PERSONAL/SCIENCE Personal ICT skills improve through the ongoing PD  Use skilled colleagues on campus more readily  Take calculative risks with IT • Shared/collaborative learning with colleagues. • More digital and improved resources available Science. 
  • 10.   Issues around the use of the portal Sharing of digital resources  OneNote notebooks  Science site on the portal  Science Google Drive
  • 11.  Questions  Thank you

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