18 May, 2018
Calling everyone involved in teaching!
Whether you’ve already implemented it in your teaching to increase engagement and understanding, or you’ve never heard about it, this learning and teaching workshop on the Flipped Classroom is for you! Hear about how two of the country’s experts have used ‘flipping’ for several years in Adelaide, engage in the process, share your experiences and come away with a framework for flipping that you can use.
Where: Seminar room, Level 1, 75 Talavera Road.
Facilitated by: Associate Professors Cathy Snelling and Sophie Karanicolas,
Education Specialists, Adelaide Education Academy, University of Adelaide.
Pre-Workshop Activity: on registration, participants will be sent a link to undertake a short 15-minute online activity in the week before the workshop. The collated outcomes of this activity will form a part of the face-to-face program.
|10.00 – 10.10||Welcome and Program Outline|
|10.10 – 10.50||Review of Flipping Class plans (submitted before workshop). The Adelaide Flipped Learning Design Framework|
|10.50 – 11.10||Morning Tea Break|
|11.10 – 11.25||Lessons Learned about Flipped Classrooms|
|11.25 – 12.00||Blueprinting Activity and Peer Review, Summary and future planning.|
Associate Professor Sophie Karanicolas is an Education Specialist and is the academic lead for the CPD program at the University of Adelaide. She holds a Master of Education (Online Learning) and has presented her educational research in numerous national and international education conferences. Sophie leads a Community of Practice in the Flipped Classroom across the university.
Associate Professor Cathy Snelling is an Education Specialist at the University of Adelaide and is the Program Coordinator for the Bachelor of Oral Health program. After completing post-graduate studies in on-line education, Cathy has increasingly used a flipped classroom approach in her teaching. She has led two Learning and Teaching projects and has extensive experience as an author of peer-reviewed papers and presentations at national and international learning and teaching conferences.
Together they have received a 2017 Australian University Teaching Award for their contribution to colleague development, an OLT National Teaching Award for Sustained Excellence in Teaching (2013), an Australian Learning and Teaching Council Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning, the University of Adelaide’s Vice Chancellors and Presidents Award for Excellence in Teaching (2010), Stephen Cole the Elder Award for Excellence in Teaching (2010 and 2017).
Contact Ian Johnson for more information.