Flipped Learning Symposium | 14-16 November 2016
Connect and collaborate with colleagues from across the higher education sector to nurture and enrich your flipped learning initiatives.
Day 1: Monday 14th November 1.30pm-6pm
Monday 1.30-4.30pm: Cognitive Load Theory - how good flipped learning design can alleviate this burden for students
Cognitive load is the capacity of our working memory to hold onto information at any one time. This capacity is limited and therefore instructional design should factor this into effective learning for students. Flipped learning has the potential and approach to help distribute cognitive load into more manageable segments across the pre-class, in-class and post-class learning phases.
Dr Raina Mason and Ms Carolyn Seton from Southern Cross University, have successfully applied cognitive load theory to (in their own words) improve troublesome courses. They will present a number of case examples of how the mindful segmenting of course content – particularly in a flipped context – can greatly assist in students capacity to learn new content.
Raina and Carolyn will also showcase their Cognitive Assistance Factor Evaluation (CAFÉ) tool that can assist educators to assess the current cognitive load in their courses.
Monday 4.30-6.00pm: What flipping can look like (Part 1)?
This session is an open session for participants to present, in poster format, their experiences of flipped learning design. The session will involve 30min for viewing the posters, followed by two x 30min sessions where poster presenters will be asked to stay with their poster so you can hear about their experiences and ask them questions. To assist your interactions with your symposium colleagues, this session will be combined with opportunities to sample a selection of local food and wine. A call for abstracts for this Poster Mixer will be emailed following confirmation of registration.
Day 2: Tuesday 15th November 9am-4pm
Tuesday 9.00-12.00pm: What people are doing with their flipped designs (Part 2)?
This session follows on from the Poster Mixer on Monday, providing further opportunities to hear from experienced flippers who have chosen flipped designs to support their students’ learning. Presenters will highlight key features of flipped design they have found to be effective in their varied contexts and disciplines, as well as discuss the frameworks they use to underpin their learning designs. Presentations will be for 20 min, including time for questions/discussion (e.g., 10-15min presentation with 10-5 min for questions/discussion).
Tuesday 1.30-4.00pm: Building a Flipped Community of Practice
This session will focus on the importance of building networks to sustain, support and encourage our flipped learning endeavours. Communities of Practice (CoPs) have been a proven way of fostering peer review, a place to share successes and perceived failures, as well as nurturing collaborative research and scholarship.
The structure of this session will be based on a typical CoP gathering and will include strategies for creating local and online groups into the future.
Day 3: Wednesday 16th November 9am-12pm
Wednesday 9.00-12.00pm: Jon Bergmann, founder of the Flipped Learning Network
Jon Bergmann is considered as one of the pioneers of flipped learning. He is leading the worldwide adoption of flipped learning through his work with governments, schools, universities and corporations. Jon is involved in the development of flipped learning strategies in more than 18 countries around the globe.
Jon has authored seven books including the bestseller 'Flip Your Classroom' which has been translated into 10 languages.
He is the founder of the global FlipCon conferences, hosts a US radio show, The Flip Side, http://www.bamradionetwork.com/the-flip-side-with-jon-bergmann/ (averaging 30,000 downloads a month), and his YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/Learning4Mastery) has had over three million views.
Jon's session will provide an international perspective on flipped learning and will be an opportunity to hear about cutting edge approaches to all phases of the flipping pedagogy.
Day 1 and 2 of the Symposium will be held at SAHMRI (South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute), North Terrace and Day 3 at the University of Adelaide (Napier Building G04). Both venues are located in North Terrace, Adelaide and it is best to access via public transportation as free parking might be limited.
There is frequent free tram running across North Terrace and King William street till South Terrace. If you are using your own vehicle, we suggest you park the car at Adelaide Entertainment Centre and take a free tram to SAHMRI (for Day 1&2), Rundle mall (for Day 3). More details and conditions at https://www.adelaidemetro.com.au/Using-Adelaide-Metro/Park-n-Ride
Arriving at the event
Please arrive 15minute prior to the event commencing time so that we can start the session on time.
We will be providing Monday afternoon tea, drinks & canapes for the evening poster session as well as Tuesday morning & afternoon tea and Wednesday morning tea. However, Tuesday lunch will not be provided and please use below restaurant options as a guide.
Nearby cafes and restaurants
Cafes and restaurants mentioned in the map (https://goo.gl/Fp33iH) have good reviews and varieties. All places are within 10minute walking distance.
There are good varieties of options for hotels, apartments along North Terrace and King William street where you can catch free tram service. Please check a few names in the map (https://goo.gl/Fp33iH) and make a reservation via http://www.booking.com/.
Contact for any enquiries
Irene Lee, Project officer, Flipped Classroom Project email@example.com.
Day 1: Monday 14th November 1.30pm-4.30pm, SAHMRI
Cognitive Load Theory - how good flipped learning design can alleviate this burden for students
Presented by Dr Raina Mason and Ms Carolyn Seton from Southern Cross University
1.15pm Arrival for 1.30pm starts
- Introduction to Cognitive Load Theory
- CLT and the Flipped Classroom
- Introduction to the CAFÉ toolkit
- Putting CAFÉ into practice (case studies)
- Practical Session – working with your ‘troublesome course’
- Future CAFÉ toolkit work
Day 1: Monday 14th November 4.30pm-6pm, SAHMRI
What flipping can look like (part 1)?
The session will involve 20 min for viewing the posters, followed by two x 30min sessions where poster presenters will be asked to stay with their poster so you can hear about their experiences and ask them questions.
No. Title Times General poster viewing time (+ getting something to drink) 4.30-4.50 1 From Concept to Practice: helping teachers to create effective flipped classrooms 4.50-5.20 2 Student predisposition toward pre-learning 4.50-5.20 3 Encouraging student engagement in pre-work 5.25-5.55 4 Implementing team-based Learning (TBL) in accounting courses 4.50-5.20 5 MCQs are OUT: Engaging undergraduates with varied in-class activities 5.25-5.55 6 Encouraging self-regulated learning and improving student engagement in second year science courses 4.50-5.20 7 Adopting a Flipped Classroom approach to foster learning and engagement in science and technology education at the undergraduate level 5.25-5.55 8 Flipping the Endocrine System: Enhancing Student Learning Outcomes in Blood Glucose Control 4.50-5.20 9 Treading water or developing understanding? 5.25-5.55 10 Flipping Anatomy and Physiology for Speech Pathology Students 4.50-5.20 11 Flipped learning in a multi-site first year anatomy unit 5.25-5.55 12 Flipping human anatomy lectures: Engaging students using digital media and mini lectures 4.50-5.20 13 Applying Flipped Learning to Placement Preparation and Employability Skills: Can it be done? 5.25-5.55 14 A flipped approach to fostering collaboration for paramedics learning to manage mental health presentations 4.50-5.20 15 Have we achieved what we planned? Staff and student outcomes following implementation of flipped capacity building workshops 5.25-5.55
Day 2: Tuesday 15th November 9am-12pm, SAHMRI
What people are doing with their flipped designs (part 2)?
Time Title Presenter 8.45 Arrival for 9am starts 9.00-9.20 Students' perception of learning Chemistry in a flipped classroom Rena Bokosmaty, Meloni Muir, Adam Bridgeman | University of Sydney 9.20-9.40 Orienting and engaging students for pre-learning Peter Balan | University of South Australia 9.40-10.00 Threshold concepts in a flipped classroom to facilitate learning about income and health inequalities Cathy Chittleborough | University of Adelaide 10.00-10.10 Questions/discussion 10.10-10.40 Break 10.40-11.00 Flipping the Haematology Classroom Cindy O’Malley | RMIT University 11.00-11.20 The journey to flipping a large (n=500) class Peter Strelan | University of Adelaide 11.20-11.40 Two knowledge bases for face-to-face thinking skill development and assessment John Willison | University of Adelaide 11.40-12.00 Flipped, online or face-to-face: a cluster-randomised trial of lecture format Michael Noetel, Matthew Pink, Justine Stynes, & Gert-Jan Pepping | Australian Catholic University 12.00-12.10 Questions/discussion
Day 2: Tuesday 15th November 1.30pm-4pm, SAHMRI
Building a Flipped Classroom Communities of Practice (CoP)
The aim of this session is to begin the establishment of a national Flipped Classroom Community of Practice with state based clusters modelled around supportive networks. It will also provide the opportunity to identify potential leaders for each state based cluster to create a sustainable framework that fosters engagement and ownership.
Time Activity Presenter 1.30-1.50 "From little things Big Things Grow" Sophie Karanicolas, Beth Loveys | University of Adelaide CoP 1.50-2.10 The "Accidental Tourist" Kerry Hood, Loretta Garvey, Sharon Flecknoe, Kate Carroll | Monash University CoP 2.10-2.15 Q and A 2.15-2.30 Presentation: A model for creating a sustainable CoP Kirsten Schliephake, Tammy Smith | Monash University CoP 2.30-2.45 Group Activity: Identifying the core elements of a sustainable CoP 2.45-3 Break 3-3.40 Round Table Discussions 3.40-4 Group Activity: Forming sustainable networks - creating your own CoP 4-4.30 Resolutions
Day 3: Wednesday 16th November 9am-1pm, University of Adelaide (G04, Napier building, North Terrace)
Jon Bergmann, founder of the Flipped Learning Network
Time Activity 8.45 Arrival for 9am starts 9.00-10.00 Keynote: Jon Bergmann Technology groups Pedagogy groups 10.00-10.25
Technology demo (20min)
Venue: G04, Napier
Venue: Foyer ground floor
Venue: Foyer ground floor
- Flipping Large Classes
- Student engagement and by-in
- Design Principles
Venue: Napier 204, 205, 210
Venue: Napier 202, 203 (computer suites) and/or 208, 209
Move to plenary
Venue: G04, Napier
12.30-1.00 Report back/ Questions