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Five shades of flipping

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Alan Dix from University of Birmingham presents at Talis Insight 2015

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Five shades of flipping

  1. 1. Five shades of flipping” Alan Dix University of Birmingham and Talis http://alandix.com/
  2. 2. loads of experience … early adopter use of web in teaching & teaching about learning technology textbook author online material even a MOOC
  3. 3. but never flipped
  4. 4. why flip? R&D reuse MOOC materials Talis lighthouse trial
  5. 5. why flip? R&D reuse MOOC materials Talis lighthouse trial
  6. 6. online HCI course ran early 2013 to gain experience with ‘MOOCs’ and reusable materials Human–Computer Interaction
  7. 7. HCIcourse – content talk-over slides video + additional resources
  8. 8. HCIcourse – experience low-quality video is still a lot of work attrition: 1000s of interest 100+ formal sign up 2 completed
  9. 9. HCIcourse – legacy loads of videos course now hosted at OER site interaction-design.org
  10. 10. why flip? R&D reuse MOOC materials Talis lighthouse trial
  11. 11. lighthouse pilot universal player micro-analytics … individual course resource student
  12. 12. why flip? pedagogy Pros better use of face-to-face time greater student autonomy more flexible learning etc., etc., etc., … Cons lots more work  visibiity & control will they do it? panic!!!!!!
  13. 13. why flip? pedagogy Pros better use of face-to-face time greater student autonomy more flexible learning etc., etc., etc., … Cons lots more work  visibiity & control will they do it? panic!!!!!!
  14. 14. autonomous learning? http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erasmus- Programm#/media/File:Erasmus_party.JPG
  15. 15. starting small … Autumn 2014 course mix of UG3 & MSc portion of course (4 weeks) mixing video with face-to-face Spring 2015 course masters students only single session
  16. 16. different mixes basics + integration preparatory videos on ‘basics’ followed by integrative lecture (chalk & talk!) 2 fully flipped videos followed by discoursive F2F videos followed by group discussions 2 part & part all material on video, some also taught in class N.B. noticable attendance fall-off when told in advance! 70 students 20 students
  17. 17. learning analytics …. not just traffic lights! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Traffic_light#/media/File:LED_Traffic_Light.jpg
  18. 18. analytics – who read/viewed what typically about 1/3 watch everything, 1/3 some, 1/3 none at all! used stats to ‘encourage’ students in class N.B. did not look at individual student analytics students did not seem phased by this level of analytics
  19. 19. analytics – how much journal paper PDF recommended reading most students just read beginning in class explained structure of paper
  20. 20. and next… see what happens at exam time ;-)
  21. 21. questions?

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