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Flip classroom 26112013

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Presentation to accompany flipped training, we only used 2 slides, then practiced with:
- screencast-o-matic
- todaysmeet
- mentimeter

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Flip classroom 26112013

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  2. 2. Changes in failure rate. Freeman S et al. PNAS 2014;111:8410-8415 ©2014 by National Academy of Sciences
  3. 3. >Student Activities Place of time spent Before the class During the class Before the exam Traditional Reading (limited) Listening to the lecture, making notes: surface learning Reading, watching weblectures, construct understanding “Flipped” Assignments: watching videoclips, reading, preparing/submitting questions, construct understanding Answering questions, peer-instruction, discussions: deep learning Reading, watching weblectures, recap discussed questions and problems
  4. 4. >Why?
  5. 5. A students Electrodermal activity doi: 10.1109/TBME.2009.2038487
  6. 6. Ideaal… >Student workload Use of Blackboard in “fundamenten van operations” Bokhorst, 2009
  7. 7. Gorissen, 2013 http://recordedlectures.com/PhD/
  8. 8. P2G server RUG gebruik Januari – september 2013
  9. 9. 11/27/2014 | 14 Developments: Weblectures Wieling & Hofman (2010)
  10. 10. >Interactive engagement with clickers >(Thloaele, et. al. 2013) >pre-test/post-test control group design >Discussion activities >Improvement of academic achievement >No effects on motivation Innovations in Education and teaching International http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14703297.2013.796725
  11. 11. Flipped class pedagogy enhances critical thinking and collaboration strategies in higher education: a longitudinal study 4 = critical thinking, 8 = task value 14 = peer learning Submitted to: Life Sciences Education
  12. 12. >Backchannel experiment: reactionlecture
  13. 13. Bouw stemkastjes in de grote collegezalen in. Interactieve colleges zijn leuker om te volgen en houden de aandacht erbij Zeker volgend jaar weer doen! Erg leuk en handig! Niet gelijk doorklikken naar antwoordscherm, dan heb je het zelfde effect als handen opsteken, iedereen stemt dan op degene die dan al de meeste stemmen heeft lijkt mij. Verder is sms'en tijdens college een leuke aanvulling! Vooral handig bij bespreking vragen, daar steek ik zelf altijd veel van op. Dus misschien is het handig om moeilijke tentamenvragen (uit vorige jaren) tijdens college te behandelen, zodat je weet wat je ongeveer kunt verwachten op tentamen. Eerst smsen, verder gaan met uitleg, daarna de resultaten + toelichting. Zo is er meer sms tijd Studenten
  14. 14. Examples >Lecture preparation >Classic: MC question >Opinions >Discussion >Start group discussion >Open comments >Idols >Interactive tutorial >Formative test >Nano-paper >See: Factsheet: http://tiny.cc/fng1vw
  15. 15. mentimeter.com / Blackboard: BbPolls 27-11-2014
  16. 16. >Recording a warming-up lecture >1 mindmap >2 steps >3 visualise >4 http://screencast-o-matic.com/ >5 Give intro - conclusion http://dl.dropbox.com/u/16513631/RDEcourseexamples_final.pdf http://gertjangaatnaarafrika.blogspot.com/2011/03/powervideo.html
  17. 17. Powervideo – screencast-o-matic.com http://dl.dropbox.com/u/16513631/RDEcourseexamples_final.pdf
  18. 18. >Ways to record (http://talesoflearninginnovation.wordpress.co m/2014/10/31/five-ways-to-produce-short-clips- for-learning/) 1. Your own explanation 2. Interview 3. Animation (powtoon) 4. Re-use from recording 5. Don’t do it (let students record explanations)
  19. 19. Hoe werkt het? 3 0 Voorafgaand aan college: Instructie video Voorafgaand aan college: Verwerkingsvragen Tijdens college: Verdiepingsvragen:
  20. 20. >Lecture plan Time Lecturer activity Student activity Materials used Links to objective # Other…
  21. 21. >Good questions  Linked to course/lecture objective  Invite deep discussion  Needs student preparation  No right or wrong answer  Motivating
  22. 22. Interaction design:  Explain neighbour: What and why? (10 mins) (lecture plan)  Choose a form (slide 15) (5 mins)  Test in Mentimeter – neighbour (20 mins)  What preparation do students need to answer your question? : screencast
  23. 23. Thank you! Koos Winnips tiny.cc/koos Factsheet reactiecollege: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/317765/Factsheet_19102012.pdf Ervaringen op de RUG met “reactiecollege”: http://tinyurl.com/reactiecollege Warming up lecture (Vera Kuiper): https://dl.dropbox.com/u/317765/Van%20weblectures%20naar%20war ming%20up%20lectures.pdf Powervideo: http://gertjangaatnaarafrika.blogspot.com/2011/03/powervideo.html Erik Mazur: interactive teaching: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBYrKPoVFwg

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