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CITY OF
WESTMINSTER
COLLEGE
Esam Baboukhan
Advanced Practitioner
John Doherty
Lecturer
SUPPORTED
EXPERIMENTS
Flipped Classroom/Podcasting/Screen-Casting
SUPPORTED EXPERIMENTS
▪ Innovative initiative to improve standards
▪ Staff try out a new, or under used, teaching method i...
SUPPORTED EXPERIMENTS
▪ Motivate and engage teaching staff
▪ improve teamwork and morale.
▪ Place teaching and learning at...
EXPERIMENTS
▪ Mobile Learning
▪ AFL
▪ Flipped Classroom
▪ Motivation, attendance and punctuality
▪ ILT and e-Learning ( IW...
TEACHER FEEDBACK
Video available on request from Esam Baboukhan
esam.baboukhan@cwc.ac.uk
LEARNER FEEDBACK
Video available on request from Esam Baboukhan
esam.baboukhan@cwc.ac.uk
Moodle-Screencasting-Podcasting
FLIPPEDFLIPPED
CLASSROOMCLASSROOM
WHAT IS A FLIPPED CLASSROOM?
▪ The flipped classroom model encompasses any use of using internet
technology to enhance the...
FLIPPED CLASSROOM
▪ The flipped classroom strategy has been gathering increasing support
from many people in education.
▪ ...
FEATURES OF THE FLIPPED
CLASSROOM
▪ Lectures are watched at home as homework
▪ Problems encountered at home can now be the...
BENEFITS OF THE FLIPPED CLASSROOM
▪ Learners are actively engaged in the learning process
▪ Learners are applying what the...
THE COURSE
▪ Level two diploma course in motor vehicle maintenance and repair
▪ Course team consisted of three lecturers
▪...
AIMS
▪ Promote and encourage learners to take responsibility for their own
learning
▪ Encourage learners to participate in...
METHOD
FEEDBACK
▪ Peer observation feedback
“learners demonstrated a high level of participation and were fully
engaged”
▪ Learne...
SUCCESS OR FAILURE?
▪ More time interacting with the students
▪ Time to react to your students needs
▪ Peer assessing each...
SUCCESS OR FAILURE?
▪ Flipped classroom model had a 62% first time pass rate on their online
tests
▪ Traditional classroom...
OUTCOMES
SSA 11/12 10/11 Var.
06 86% 74% +12%
08 88% 82% +6%
09 82% 79% +3%
14 84% 78% +6%
15 77% 73% +5%
OBSERVATION GRAD...
QUESTIONS
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B.3.3 city of westmintser flipped learning without video

  1. 1. CITY OF WESTMINSTER COLLEGE Esam Baboukhan Advanced Practitioner John Doherty Lecturer
  2. 2. SUPPORTED EXPERIMENTS Flipped Classroom/Podcasting/Screen-Casting
  3. 3. SUPPORTED EXPERIMENTS ▪ Innovative initiative to improve standards ▪ Staff try out a new, or under used, teaching method in their lessons ▪ Teachers are exempted from graded observation ▪ Encourage and support risk-taking and development
  4. 4. SUPPORTED EXPERIMENTS ▪ Motivate and engage teaching staff ▪ improve teamwork and morale. ▪ Place teaching and learning at the heart of discussions ▪ appealing to teachers values. ▪ Encourage teachers to reflect and measure the outcomes of their actions ▪ resulting in more productive behaviour. ▪ Improve staff performance and student outcomes.
  5. 5. EXPERIMENTS ▪ Mobile Learning ▪ AFL ▪ Flipped Classroom ▪ Motivation, attendance and punctuality ▪ ILT and e-Learning ( IWB, Podcasting, Screencasting, etc.) ▪ VLE (Moodle; Quizzes, Forums, etc.)
  6. 6. TEACHER FEEDBACK Video available on request from Esam Baboukhan esam.baboukhan@cwc.ac.uk
  7. 7. LEARNER FEEDBACK Video available on request from Esam Baboukhan esam.baboukhan@cwc.ac.uk
  8. 8. Moodle-Screencasting-Podcasting FLIPPEDFLIPPED CLASSROOMCLASSROOM
  9. 9. WHAT IS A FLIPPED CLASSROOM? ▪ The flipped classroom model encompasses any use of using internet technology to enhance the learning in your classroom ▪ What used to be classwork is done at home via VLE ▪ What used to be homework (extension activities) is now done in class.
  10. 10. FLIPPED CLASSROOM ▪ The flipped classroom strategy has been gathering increasing support from many people in education. ▪ Classroom space and time ▪ collaborative learning, problem solving, synthesising, higher order thinking skills and independent learning
  11. 11. FEATURES OF THE FLIPPED CLASSROOM ▪ Lectures are watched at home as homework ▪ Problems encountered at home can now be the focus of the classroom through problem solving and collaborative/cooperative learning ▪ Learners are actually working on problems and applying higher level thinking skills and not passively listening to a lecture in class.
  12. 12. BENEFITS OF THE FLIPPED CLASSROOM ▪ Learners are actively engaged in the learning process ▪ Learners are applying what they learned from watching the video lesson ▪ Learners can review the content by watching the video lectures again ▪ Learners are getting the personal help and attention that they need in order to get to the next level of difficulty or understanding ▪ The instructor is a guide in the learning process
  13. 13. THE COURSE ▪ Level two diploma course in motor vehicle maintenance and repair ▪ Course team consisted of three lecturers ▪ Two lecturers delivered the course units using traditional classroom practices ▪ One delivered the course units using flipped classroom model
  14. 14. AIMS ▪ Promote and encourage learners to take responsibility for their own learning ▪ Encourage learners to participate in the classroom ▪ Encourage the constructive use of iPhone’s and iPad’s ▪ Encourage learning through activity
  15. 15. METHOD
  16. 16. FEEDBACK ▪ Peer observation feedback “learners demonstrated a high level of participation and were fully engaged” ▪ Learner feedback “enjoyable lessons, I can work on things that I don’t fully understand”
  17. 17. SUCCESS OR FAILURE? ▪ More time interacting with the students ▪ Time to react to your students needs ▪ Peer assessing each others work ▪ High levels of student participation in the classroom ▪ Developing their own smart screen activities ▪ Developing power point presentations and presenting these to the class
  18. 18. SUCCESS OR FAILURE? ▪ Flipped classroom model had a 62% first time pass rate on their online tests ▪ Traditional classroom model had a 23% and 42% first time pass rate on their online tests
  19. 19. OUTCOMES SSA 11/12 10/11 Var. 06 86% 74% +12% 08 88% 82% +6% 09 82% 79% +3% 14 84% 78% +6% 15 77% 73% +5% OBSERVATION GRADES Grade 12/13 10/11 Var. 1 17% 11% +6% 2 75% 53% +22% 3 8% 32% -24% 4 0% 4% -4% IMPACT?
  20. 20. QUESTIONS

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