Flipped Learning Symposium Abstracts

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  • What flipping can look like (part 1)?

    Day 1: Monday 14th November 4.30pm-6pm, SAHMRI

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    No. Title Author
    1 From Concept to Practice: helping teachers to create effective flipped classrooms Catherine Snelling, Sophie Karanicolas, Tracey Winning | University of Adelaide

    Student predisposition toward pre-learning

    Peter Balan, Greg Restall | University of South Australia

    Michele Clark | University of Nevada

    3 Encouraging student engagement in pre-work Kate Carroll, Sharon Flecknoe | Monash University
    4 Implementing team-based Learning (TBL) in accounting courses Jacqueline Christensen, Kayleen Wood | Southern Cross University
    5 MCQs are OUT: Engaging undergraduates with varied in-class activities Hayley McGrice, Susan Hazel | University of Adelaide
    6 Encouraging self-regulated learning and improving student engagement in second year science courses Karina Riggs, Beth Loveys | University of Adelaide
    7 Adopting a Flipped Classroom approach to foster learning and engagement in science and technology education at the undergraduate level Les Vozzo | Western Sydney University
    8 Flipping the Endocrine System: Enhancing Student Learning Outcomes in Blood Glucose Control Tracy Douglas | University of Tasmania
    9 Treading water or developing understanding? Sharon Flecknoe, Kate Carroll | Monash University
    10 Flipping Anatomy and Physiology for Speech Pathology Students Sarahlouise White, Sebastian Doeltgen | Flinders University

    Flipped learning in a multi-site first year anatomy unit

    Jodi Sita | Australian Catholic University
    Sophie Karanicolas, Tracey Winning, Catherine Snelling | University of Adelaide
    12 Flipping human anatomy lectures: Engaging students using digital media and mini lectures Mannish Daval, Hayley Green, Cherylea Browne | Western Sydney University
    13 Applying Flipped Learning to Placement Preparation and Employability Skills: Can it be done? Louisa Matwiejczyk, Margaret Alexander | Flinders University

    A flipped approach to fostering collaboration for paramedics learning to manage mental health presentations

    Georgia Clarkson | Australian Catholic University
    Sophie Karanicolas, Tracey Winning, Catherine Snelling | University of Adelaide
    15 Have we achieved what we planned? Staff and student outcomes following implementation of flipped capacity building workshops Tracey Winning, Fizza Sabir, Sophie Karanicolas, Cathy Snelling | University of Adelaide
  • What people are doing with their flipped designs (part 2)?

    Day 2: Tuesday 15th November 9am-12pm, SAHMRI

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    No. Title Presenter
    1 Students' perception of learning Chemistry in a flipped classroom Rena Bokosmaty, Meloni Muir, Adam Bridgeman | University of Sydney
    2 Orienting and engaging students for pre-learning Peter Balan | University of South Australia
    3 Threshold concepts in a flipped classroom to facilitate learning about income and health inequalities Cathy Chittleborough | University of Adelaide
    4 Flipping the Haematology Classroom Cindy O’Malley | RMIT University
    5 The journey to flipping a large (n=500) class Peter Strelan | University of Adelaide
    6 Two knowledge bases for face-to-face thinking skill development and assessment John Willison | University of Adelaide
    7 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