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Presentations from LTDF meeting, July 5th 2013, AMLT105

Topic: Use of Video for teaching, and flipped classrooms

The presentations were recorded and can be viewed at:
VStream presentations

This is one long recording with several connected presentations. If you are interested in a specific presenter, you can jump to:

0 mins: Suzanne Boniface - introduction and promotion of upcoming events
4 mins: Steve Cochran & Warren Butcher from Images Services, ITS
23 mins: Rebecca Priestley, use of video in Science in Context online courses
31 mins: Suzanne Boniface; use of video for lab preparation
37 mins: Kevin Gould; flipped teaching - big picture
48 mins: Matthias Lein; reporting from the first year of flipped teaching

The sections after each speaker contain Q&As that are especially hard to hear. Please consult the following notes therefore for more details on those conversations

Notes from Seminar (many thanks to Anne Macaskill)

Link to information and resources about VStream (Echo360) at Victoria


On Thursday 25th July 3.00 to 4.30 pm, a workshop on Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL) will explore the benefits of POGIL for developing active-learning in the classroom. This session is designed for those with limited or no previous exposure to POGIL. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in POGIL activities, observe facilitation strategies firsthand, learn about POGIL classroom implementation, and discuss common barriers to implementation.

Presenter: Dr. Renee Cole, Associate Professor of Chemistry at the University of Iowa. More about POGIL workshop
Book your place on the Workshop

The August "seminar", on August 2nd, will be an Ideas Exchange, and has the option to be run on multiple campuses. One session will occur on the Kelburn campus (Wai-te-ata 10, room 201). Please contact Rhian Salmon if you would be interested in coordinating a concurrent session on a different campus. Slides about August meeting

Please make use of the Discussion Forum to share ideas.

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