This webinar is hosted in English
*The change from teaching to learning
*Helping learners maximize their learning by ‘Flipping’ and ‘Twiducate’
*Using the ‘Cloud’
*Access to my presentations and articles on this topic
The prime aim is to educate pupils/students to become independent learners. Conventional teaching does not do this; in fact it hinders this aim. Years ago, before the internet, learners had to be given information (taught) because this information was not readily available to them. Unfortunately, this still happens in most schools around the world and learners are ‘force-fed’ information with no time to learn. Also teachers and schools are still judged on this old system, something which prevents them ‘breaking out of the shackles’.
My webinar today explains the nonsense of most current educational systems and suggests a way forward utilising the internet and cloud storage. I shall explain the advantages of flipped learning and the use of twiducate to complement this flipped learning.
In accordance with flipped learning I want this webinar to be as interactive as possible, with you, the learners, coming to the webinar prepared having seen my presentations and articles before the webinar. You will then be in a better position to ask questions. Many give courses on flipped learning without employing the ethos of it themselves.
Below are links to my presentations and articles which will prepare you for my webinar.
Who should attend:
All those who have an interest in education
17 July 2015 at 7 PM BST (British Standard Time)
Postgraduate Diploma in Education
Lincoln, United Kingdom
2015 - Contributory Author of ‘Teaching Secondary Science’ (Fourth Edition)
2014 - Consultant to Highgate Private School, Cyprus
2014 - Educational Consultant to Angel Digital
2013 - Member of GAB (Global Advisory Board) for NGGE (Next Generation Global Education)
2013 - Chemistry Expert for The Chemistry Journey Project for The Virtual School Initiative
2012- GTN Teacher Adviser
2012-2013: Freelance educational consultant with EM Direct on their Graduate Teacher Programme
2011- : Teaching AS/A2 Chemistry at SSPP
2010 - : Freelance educational consultant with EM Direct on their SKE programme.
2009 - 2011: An associate with LSN on their 'Starting Out Programme'
1974 - 2008: Chemistry teacher at Lincoln Christ's Hospital School. During that time, in 1997, I reached the final 13 in the Salter's “Chemistry Teacher of the Year” award and in my penultimate year of teaching, 2007, I was awarded a “Lifetime Achievement Award”. Upon retirement I was Deputy Head of Science in charge of behavioural management. In the 1990s our school was at the forefront of teacher training in schools and I was our school’s chief mentor and liaison officer with Sheffield Hallam University. After coaching other staff to take on that role, I became involved with mentoring NQT’s in Science.
1970 - 1974: Science Master, Lincoln School
Specialties: Providing resources for teachers and students.
Maximising students' learning.
Advising fellow teachers on 'what really works'.