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Flippin gthe classroom using mobile technology - #PedagooLondon2015 presentation


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Flippin gthe classroom using mobile technology - #PedagooLondon2015 presentation

  1. 1. MOBILE Learning? Flip me! Using technology to improve independent learning
  2. 2. Thumb war • In three stages... WTF? • Connected people • Connected learning • TOTALLY personalised learning
  3. 3. What is flipped learning? • Rather than the teacher teaching the skills in class, and the application of learning (the hard bit!) being done at home... • The learning is set for homework, and the application is done in class, under the guidance of the teacher who can correct, clarify, model etc • The teacher's role changes • Differentiated student learning • Own level, own pace • Multimedia • Independent
  4. 4. The challenges • Did they do the learning? • Did they master the learning? • Are they independent enough?
  5. 5. Why is mobile learning the answer? • Accessibility • Used to learning things this way • Motivation • Extends the classroom • Varies the educational diet • Clear impact on student organisation • Moves students from passive to active, collaborative learners
  6. 6. Challenges of mobile learning • Disengagement • Cyber-Bullying • Access to unfiltered material • Personalisation is the key issue • Staff: The “sage on the stage” dilemma
  7. 7. students writing notes • Evernote • GoogleDocs • GoogleSlides • Exactly the same tools as for AFL • Multimedia, organisable, taggable, collaborative, accessible anywhere The best tools I've found for...
  8. 8. Evernote • Excellent note-taking tool for students • Cloud and web-based • Organise notes into folders • Tag for cross-reference • Searchable • Add photos of board work, experiments etc • Add video commentaries from Explain Everything • Add reminders • Use the mic icon to record verbal feedback comments • Verbal feedback remains attached to the note... Never to be forgotten
  9. 9. Google Docs • Office work in the cloud • Easy to share, collaborate in real time • Comments and visible dialogue • Seeing how much work students are doing
  10. 10. assessment for learning • Evernote • GoogleDocs • Socrative The best tools I've found for...
  11. 11. Socrative Variety of questioning strategies Different levels of questioning Full class responses Downloadable results Hinge questions
  12. 12. presenting material to students • Screen capture tools - QuickTime, Jing, Camtasia • YouTube channel • TED-Ed • Explain Everything • Touchcast The best tools I've found for...
  13. 13. curating material for students • Wiki • Pinterest The best tools I've found for... • YouTube channel • A good VLE
  14. 14. The best tools I've found for... • Shared Google presentations, Prezi, Slideshare • Touchcast, Explain Everything • Creative Book Builder • iMovie and Tellagami Innovatively presenting student work
  15. 15. Key issues • Less independent students need far more support • Can't assume all students have access to Internet at home • How much time do you really get to spend with the more able? • Being comfortable with students learning at their own pace • The pressure of time and targets
  16. 16. Most importantly If you're going to do this, be VERY reflective about whether it is improving the knowledge, resilience and skills of your students
  17. 17. Mobile Technology + AFL = Flipped Learning Amaze-balls!