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Flipping the Classroom:How Brain Research, Bloom's Taxonomy, and Chickering & Gamson's Principles Say it Works
Transcript of Flipping the Classroom:How Brain Research, Bloom's Taxonomy, and Chickering & Gamson's Principles Say it Works
Harnessing the Power of Web 2.0
Using SoftChalk and Free Technologies to Enhance Learning
Presentation for NISOD 2011
By: James May & Lindi Kourtellis
What is a Widget?
What is Embedding?
What is SoftChalk?
Using Digital Corpora
As you are waiting for things to begin, please take out your smartphone/smartdevice and download a QR code reader. There should be a variety of FREE QR code reader apps in your device's App Store.My personal favorite is i-nigma
As of 2008, the average U.S. household had more than 118.6 television channels; In 1985 the average was 19 channels (Nielson Media Research).
More than billion monthly active users as of December 2012
As of Feb 2012, 46% of American adults owned smartphones (Pew Foundation).
As of June 2012, 54.9% of U.S. mobile subscribers owned smartphones (Neilsen).
2 out of 3 people who have purchased a new phone in the last 3 months purchased a smartphone (Neilsen)
NPD is predicting 2013 will see the first time that worldwide sales of tablets will surpass sales of laptops.
Presentation for by:
Dr. James S. May
There are more than 72hrs of video uploaded every minute on Youtube. 3hrs per minute from mobile devices. (Youtube FAQ).
Flipping the Classroom:
10 Minute Rule
Pictures = 1000
The 10 Minute Rule
Pictures = 1000
A transactive memory system is a system through which groups collectively encode, store, and retrieve knowledge (Wegner 1985)
Oracle of Bacon
I have a Dream?
According the PewInternet.org
18 to 24 year olds send/recieve 110 Text per day
55 * 5 = 275 55 * 10 = 550
1 to 2 typed pages per day!
95% of students bring their phones to class every day, 92% use their phones to text message during class time, and 10% admit they have texted during an exam on at least one occasion” (Tindell & Bohlander, 2012)
95% of students owned cellphones, and while 62% owned smartphones and 38% owned feature phones, 88% of respondents communicated via SMS text (May 2011).
Immediate Memory: 30 seconds
Short Term Memory: 60 to 90 Min
Long Term Memory: Repeated over time
Numbers & Measures
Find a Tip
Bacon number name
Let Me Google That For You
Google Warm Up
In 10 Years, books will be obsolete. Students will learn through the eye.
Every field of scientific endeavor can be taught through video.
Michael Olmert, Smithsonian Book of Books (Smithsonian Institution, 1992)
Image shared with me via email from Kyle Bowen from Perdue University
My Favorite Apps
Cellphones & Other Smart Devices Can:
Better Engage Students
Provide On-Demand Learning
Provide Immediate Feedback
Model Transactive Thinking
Who is this?
Screencasting & Video
Q & A
How brain research, Bloom's Taxonomy, and Chickering & Gamson's Principles say it works
1. Encourage Contact Between Students and Faculty
2. Develop Cooperation Among Students
3. Uses Active Learning
4. Gives Prompt Feedback
5. Emphasizes Time on Task
6. Communicate High Expectations
7. Respects Diverse Talents and Ways of Learning
Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education (Chickering & Gamson)
Flipped Classroom Demo
To This Day