'Flippin Heck' - Insights in to Flipped Education

B4bf6e28cb8da372de4eca76c783103f?s=47 Simon Thomson
February 10, 2015

'Flippin Heck' - Insights in to Flipped Education

As part of the Sussex TEL seminar series this presentation was developed to facilitate "conversations" around technology enhanced learning and flipped education.

Key references:

Beetham, H. & Sharpe, R., 2013. Rethinking Pedagogy for a Digital Age: Designing for 21st Century Learning, Taylor & Francis.
Bruton, A., 2012. The Flipped Academic. Innographer. Available at: http://theinnographer.com/flipped-academic [Accessed December 19, 2012].
Elrod, P.D. & Tippett, D.D., 2002. The “death valley” of change. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 15(3), pp.273–291.
Knewton, The Flipped Classroom: Turning the Traditional Classroom on its Head. Knewton. Available at: http://www.knewton.com/flipped-classroom/ [Accessed December 11, 2014].
Office of The, 2013. Introduction to the 3E Framework. Edinburgh Napier. Available at: http://staff.napier.ac.uk/services/vice-principal-academic/academic/TEL/TechBenchmark/Pages/Introduction.aspx [Accessed December 5, 2013].
Thomson, S., 2014. 4E Framework. 4E Framework. Available at: http://4e.digis.im/ [Accessed January 11, 2015].
Warwick Learning &, Self-directed learning: managing yourself and your working relationships . Warwick University. Available at: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/ldc/courses/sdl/sdl_managing_change.pdf [Accessed September 5, 2012].

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Simon Thomson

February 10, 2015
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  1. Simon Thomson Head of E-Learning “Flippin Heck”

  2. @digisim

  3. Questions? pollev.com/digisim

  4. Journeys

  5. FLIPPED CHANGE

  6. FLIPPED CHANGE

  7. FLIPPED

  8. People Action Impact

  9. People “Transformation is more about the human and organisational aspects

    of teaching and learning than it is about the use of technology” Laurillard, D. (2007)
  10. H T T P : / / A G I

    L E S U T R A . F I L E S . W O R D P R E S S . C O M / 2 0 1 1 / 1 1 / P S Y C H O L O G I C A L - R E A C T I O N - T O - C H A N G E . J P G K Ü B L E R - R O S S
  11. People “Like the teacher implementing a flipped classroom, a true

    Flipped Academic seeks to inform (her students, her discipline and society) before seeking to publish.” Bruton (2012)
  12. FLIPPED academic “Just as the flipped classroom loves to be

    compared to the stereotypical lecture, the Flipped Academic finds her antithesis in the stereotypical professor” Bruton 2012
  13. FLIPPED academic? 0 13 25 38 50 1 2 3

    4 5 1 = Not & 5 = Totally %
  14. FLIPPED academic “She informs society first … a true Flipped

    Academic seeks to have impact with her ideas and get feedback on them before publishing about the impact she’s had.” Bruton 2012
  15. FLIPPED academic “Today’s Flipped Academic sees her role as being

    less about just doing teaching and research and service, and more about how much impact she has on both her students and her community” Bruton 2012
  16. FLIPPED academic “Rather than seeking the truth first and hoping

    it is found to be useful later, the Flipped Academic is very deliberate in her efforts to seek conceptual schemes that people find useful and adapting them so that they represent a generally applicable truth.” Bruton 2012
  17. FLIPPED academic “She views funding received as an input, not

    an output … she defines for herself and communicates measures of success that provide evidence of having informed and impacted others.” Bruton 2012
  18. FLIPPED academic “The Flipped Academic knows that her students can

    find good lectures online about pretty much anything … she responds to the changing landscape and to her students’ needs by building authentic learning environments instead of lectures.” Bruton 2012
  19. VS Traditional Flipped

  20. Flipped Academic Continuum Traditional Flipped

  21. Action “Resistance to change is the action taken by people

    when they perceive the change to be a threat to their usual activities of daily living.” Leedham (2013)
  22. Action “co-developing her ideas along with members of her industry

    or ecosystem; sharing them openly in the early stages of development, supporting their adoption, testing and validation in practice” Bruton (2012)
  23. Technology

  24. Conversation

  25. Laurillard, D. (2007) in Beetham, H and Sharpe, (6) ‘Rethinking

    pedagogy for a digital age: designing and delivering’.
  26. “Transformation is more about the human and organisational aspects of

    teaching and learning than it is about the use of technology” Laurillard, D. (2007) in Beetham, H and Sharpe, (6) ‘Rethinking pedagogy for a digital age: designing and delivering’.
  27. Edinburgh Napier 3E Framework H T T P : /

    / S TA F F. N A P I E R . A C . U K / S E R V I C E S / V I C E - P R I N C I PA L - A C A D E M I C / A C A D E M I C / T E L / T E C H B E N C H M A R K / PA G E S / I N T R O D U C T I O N . A S P X
  28. None
  29. W H AT C A N T E C H

    N O L O G Y “ E N A B L E ” U S T O D O ? E N A B L E H T T P : / / P I C J U M B O . C O M /
  30. H O W C A N T E C H

    N O L O G Y “ E N H A N C E ” W H AT W E A L R E A D Y D O ? E N H A N C E H T T P : / / P I C J U M B O . C O M /
  31. H O W C A N T E C H

    N O L O G Y “ E N R I C H ” O U R L E A R N I N G E X P E R I E N C E S ? E N R I C H H T T P : / / P I C J U M B O . C O M /
  32. H O W C A N T E C H

    N O L O G Y “ E M P O W E R ” L E A R N E R S & T E A C H E R S ? E M P O W E R H T T P : / / P I C J U M B O . C O M /
  33. Y O U R O W N S M A

    RT D E V I C E
  34. Impact

  35. Impact “informs society first … a true Flipped Academic seeks

    to have impact with her ideas and get feedback on them before publishing about the impact she’s had.” Bruton (2012)
  36. None
  37. W H O WA S I N V O LV

    E D ? Phase One: Phase Two:
  38. W H O WA S I N V O LV

    E D ? Phase One: Phase Two: • S P O RT, P H Y S I C A L A C T I V I T Y A N D H E A LT H ( L 4 )
  39. W H O WA S I N V O LV

    E D ? Phase One: Phase Two: • S P O RT, P H Y S I C A L A C T I V I T Y A N D H E A LT H ( L 4 ) • B S C C O M P U T E R F O R E N S I C S ( L 5 ) • B A P E R F O R M A N C E ( L 5 ) • B A D E S I G N P R O D U C T ( L 5 ) • B A E A R LY C H I L D H O O D E D U C AT I O N ( L 4 ) • B S C H O S P I TA L I T Y L E A D E R S H I P & M A N A G E M E N T ( L 5 & L 6 ) • M S C A C C O U N T I N G ( L 7 ) • P G D I P L E G A L P R A C T I C E ( L 7 ) • B S C P H Y S I O T H E R A P Y ( L 4 ) • M S C P H Y S I O T H E R A P Y ( L 7 )
  40. S TA F F E X P E R I

    E N C E
  41. S TA F F E X P E R I

    E N C E % A G E O F S TA F F U S E Daily 4-5 Days 2-3 days 1 day Never 0 12.5 25 37.5 50
  42. S TA F F E X P E R I

    E N C E % A G E O F S TA F F U S E Phase 2 Survey 1 Daily 4-5 Days 2-3 days 1 day Never 0 12.5 25 37.5 50
  43. S TA F F E X P E R I

    E N C E % A G E O F S TA F F U S E Phase 2 Survey 2 Daily 4-5 Days 2-3 days 1 day Never 0 12.5 25 37.5 50
  44. S T U D E N T E X P

    E R I E N C E
  45. S T U D E N T E X P

    E R I E N C E % A G E O F S T U D E N T U S E Daily 4-5 Days 2-3 days 1 day Never 0 12.5 25 37.5 50
  46. S T U D E N T E X P

    E R I E N C E % A G E O F S T U D E N T U S E Phase 2 Survey 1 Daily 4-5 Days 2-3 days 1 day Never 0 12.5 25 37.5 50
  47. S T U D E N T E X P

    E R I E N C E % A G E O F S T U D E N T U S E Phase 2 Survey 2 Daily 4-5 Days 2-3 days 1 day Never 0 12.5 25 37.5 50
  48. S TA F F E X P E R I

    E N C E P E R S O N A L / A C A D E M I C U S E 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0 7.5 15 22.5 30 Student Staff S C A L E : 1 = 1 0 0 % P E R S O N A L U S E / 1 0 = 1 0 0 % A C A D E M I C U S E S T U D E N T E X P E R I E N C E
  49. S TA F F E X P E R I

    E N C E H AV E Y O U U S E D T H E D E V I C E I N A TA U G H T S E S S I O N ? No 59% Yes 41%
  50. H AV E Y O U U S E D

    T H E D E V I C E I N A TA U G H T S E S S I O N ? Not Sure 6% No 17% Yes 77% S T U D E N T E X P E R I E N C E
  51. S TA F F E X P E R I

    E N C E S H O U L D S T U D E N T S B E P R O V I D E D W I T H D E V I C E S ? Not Sure 42% No 3% Yes 55%
  52. S H O U L D S T U D

    E N T S B E P R O V I D E D W I T H D E V I C E S ? Not Sure 17% No 5% Yes 78% S T U D E N T E X P E R I E N C E
  53. P E R S O N A L D E

    V I C E ( B Y O D ) O R I N S T I T U T I O N P R O V I D E D Don't Mind 39% Institution 44% Personal 17% S T U D E N T E X P E R I E N C E
  54. S T U D E N T E M A

    I L A C C E S S Same 38% Increased 62% S T U D E N T E X P E R I E N C E
  55. S TA F F E X P E R I

    E N C E TA B L E T D E V I C E S T R AT E G Y 12% 6% 6% 76% Staff/Student Same Staff/Student BYOD Student BYOD / Staff Provided Staff BYOD / Student Provided Unsure
  56. S TA F F E X P E R I

    E N C E H O W C O N F I D E N T I N U S I N G D E V I C E ? ( S C A L E 1 - 5 ) 0 12.5 25 37.5 50 1 2 3 4 5 Survey 01 Survey 02 1=Not very confident 5 = Very confident
  57. Start with flipping the classroom? http://www.knewton.com/flipped-classroom/

  58. Maybe 71% Yes 29% Will you be or are you

    already flipping the classroom?
  59. Conversation Always start with the…

  60. B U I L D Y O U R O

    W N
  61. @digisim