What's flipping next?


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This webinar presentation looked at tools that can make flipped learning resources more interactive and engaging for learners

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  • Teachers record lectures on video and post them online, rather than lecturing in class time. Students watch the videos as homework. The classroom is then all about active learning activities and differentiationThe learning platforms below can facilitate the online development and storage of video and other multimedia content, as well as discussion and collaborative working - enabling the flipped classroom. Deliver “just in time” trainingCan be accessed anytime, anywhere
  • What's flipping next?

    1. 1. 04/02/2014 What’s Flipping next? Phil Hardcastle and Lyn Lall (RSC Advisors)
    2. 2. Session overview • Understand what is meant by “Flipped Learning” • Demonstration of tools for creating engaging flipped learning resources • Examples of resources created with tools • Share ideas and good practice with creation and use of flipped learning resources
    3. 3. y 4, 2014 | slide 3 Flipped learning
    4. 4. y 4, 2014 | slide 4 The Flipped Classroom
    5. 5. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 Benefits of flipped delivery model • Provides flexible access to learning resources 24/7 • Gives teachers more 1:1 time helping students • Builds stronger student/teacher relationships • Offers a way for teachers to share information with other colleagues, substitute teachers, students, parents, and the community easily • Supports differentiation • Creates a collaborative learning environment in the classroom • Models effective use of VLE 5
    6. 6. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 Previous flipped learning tools and examples • Screencasting • Screencastomatic, Jing • Brainshark • Presentme 6
    7. 7. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 7 TedEd http://ed.ted.com/ • Create your own or “flip” an existing lesson • Publish • Context • Track views and learner and responses • Questions – multiple choice and free text • Additional resources for stretch and challenge • Add discussion • Share link with learners • Give feedback to learners
    8. 8. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 TedEd example 8
    9. 9. 9 VideoNot.es A free open source Google Chrome extension • Select a video from Youtube, Vimeo, Khan Academy • All the notes you type are automatically synchronized with the video. Later, just click on a line for the video to jump to the relevant part. • Integrated with Google Drive • Can save notes to Evernote, and share
    10. 10. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 Search for VideoNot.es in Chrome web store 10
    11. 11. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 VideoNot.es A free open source Google Chrome extension 11
    12. 12. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 Teachem A tool to enhance video • Add flashcards, questions and comments etc to your video to make it into a more rounded learning experience. • Learners can take notes while watching the videos using the Teachem SmartNote system and email them to the teacher, or share them with each other • Embed the flipped learning object in a VLE 12
    13. 13. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 Teachem example Click on the link provided in the chat pane. Password -jisc 13
    14. 14. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 Blendspace (formerly EdCanvas) • Blend resources from all over the web to create interactive lessons • Add images, weblinks, videos, text, quizzes, surveys • Create classes and invite students to join and engage with your lessons • Track learner use and track assessments and surveys • Respond to user comments and feedback • Google Chrome app available. Can also be embedded into Edmodo courses 14
    15. 15. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 Blendspace (formerly EdCanvas) 15
    16. 16. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 What’s next? • Next In Brief 4th March – Open badges • Resources from this session on RSC EM Moodle Please complete the evaluation form on exit 16