A review of recent literature on the use of quizzes clearly associates them with positive learning outcomes, including increased student achievement, attendance, engagement, confidence and improved student learning experience. …
Almost two years have passed since our first meeting with Flipped classroom enthusiasts at the University of Greenwich. Since then the number of enthusiasts has grown significantly, and since then we have seen some fantastic work from across the faculties.
Sli.do is a Q&A and polling platform for live events, for audiences to ask questions in real time, anonymously if they wish, and vote in live polls via their phones, tablets or computers. It could be a simple alternative to
Padlet is a free content interactive tool. It enables postings in the form of “stickies” ( e.g. images, links, videos, and more) to be made on a wall and allows brainstorming, concept formation and comparisons to be done. It can be used to encourage
The university has recently confirmed funding for the Panopto video recording and playback system, following the pilot in the first part of the year. During the pilot, we wanted to focus on four separate use scenarios: recording teaching in classrooms,
Box of Broadcasts National (BoB) is an online media streaming service that allows subscribers to view, request and use TV and radio programmes in teaching and learning. At present there are more than 1 million recordings in the system with more
Ah this flipping flip again … Since Colorado Science teachers Jonathan Bergman and Aaron Sams sparked excitement and discussions around the flipped classroom in K-12 Education, many educators have pointed out that a similar method has been practised for years