Trial flip approachProvidepowerpoint plus voice over in advanceAsk participants to think about application problems and bring 3 issues identified to class. Also to bring session plan, module guidegrouping: use balloons, pre-decide team leaders – put their names into the balloons (team leaders will then pick their teams)in class: 1.5h series of activities (session design, module review/redesign – draft) – re-inforce and apply content1h TEL team – technology-enhanced teaching and learning plus activity: activity re-design30min Chris – what happens after the module design?
Different purposes and different people believe different things, e.g. the Government sees it in economics terms and future knowledge economy jobs.
Students don’t always know how to learn effectively and we need to help them.Feedback is crucial
Where do we start?
Essential – the basics, must be covered in teaching sessions?Links to threshold conceptsShould – broader, directed reading etc. essential & should will be enough for a student to do well.Could – further breadth & depthNice - everthing
In the 1950s, Bloom found that 95% of the test questions developed to assess student learning required them only to think at the lowest level of learning, the recall of information. Recognizing that there are different levels of thinking behaviours important to learning, Benjamin Bloom and his colleagues developed a classification system which has served educators since 1956.The inclusion of higher level thinking skills with information skills activities is a valuable tool and model for teachers seeking to provide challenges for their students.
activity? use the ‘Sky is Blue’ as an example.
Could also link in here the planned v experienced curriculum
Use a card board box and a little person (windows, doors…) inside, outside, break the box in piecesFlexibility: design, content, delivery, assessment, review