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Presentation workshop

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Presentation given at the Campus Technology Workshop in Boston, July 27, 2015

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Presentation workshop

  1. 1. Some Lessons Learned: Technology is Consumer-Level 1. Can flip almost any subject with good materials 2. Purposefuly combat fantasia 3. Use attention and focus to show what’s important 4. Don’t get stuck – usually three ways to do anything 5. Writing is a form of thinking 6. Tell learners if something is complex or unfamiliar 7. Strive for at least three levels of interaction 8. Just because you can do it . . . .
  2. 2. Can Flip Almost Anything • Screencast-o-matic.com • Determine if it is complex or unfamiliar • Make written tutorial • My subscription ran out but I won’t renew on the wifi here (not secure). I’ll post another tutorial after I get home on Friday.
  3. 3. Fantasia • Shulman (1999) • How to combat – bubbl.us
  4. 4. Attention and Focus ThingLink
  5. 5. Don’t Get Stuck: 3 Ways • Edshelf
  6. 6. Writing as a Form of Thinking Rubistar
  7. 7. Just Because You Can Do It . . . • Not a Typewriter • Summarized
  8. 8. Long Day for You Thanks for coming.
  9. 9. Culture is Always a Factor • Differentiated Instruction Web 2.0 Teach students to do it.
  10. 10. Pros and Cons of Flipped Instruction Pro: Almost any subject can be flipped Con: Not all students have tech access Pro: Learner control Con: Learner motivation? Pro: Many ways to access materials Con: Unanswered questions Pro: Materials customized Con: Student may not participate
  11. 11. Workshop Website http://ct2015flip.yolasite.com

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