Speaker: Martin Jenkins
About the session
The term flipped learning or flipped classroom is relatively new. Its emergence reflects the ease with which it is now possible to use learning technologies within the learning process, be that to provide access to information, provide feedback or create opportunities for interaction.
It is recognised that across the University there is a wide range of staff engaged in the using flipped approaches and others interested in adopting this approach. The Disruptive Media Learning Lab is supporting the development of flipped approaches across the University. As part of this support the DMLL is looking to initiate a Community of Practice, providing a network through which practice, ideas and resources can be shared and support provided.
About the host
Martin is a Principal Project Lead in the DMLL for flipped learning, with 20 years experience working in learning technology and academic development support roles, in both the UK and New Zealand. He is excited by the potential of learning technologies for emphasising the learning process, and a great fan of digital storytelling.
When and where?
September 10th 12:00 – 1:30 pm @ The Grass, 3rd floor Lanchester Library
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