Wednesday 6 November, 12:30–13:30, Collaboration Area, Teaching Grid
Robert O'Toole will be presenting this idea with the potential to transform your working life and the quality of the student experience. Using new, easily accessible technologies, you can “flip” the roles of the lecture theatre and homework.
In this session, we will examine some variations on the idea, and consider when it should and should not be used. We will examine a set of mini case studies, and try out some of the technologies that make them possible - including simple tools for audio and video recording lectures and presentations.
Window on Teaching is a regular series of hour-long, lunchtime presentations from members of Warwick’s teaching community and are open to all Warwick staff, Postgraduates who teach and PGCE students. The sessions are held in the Collaboration Area and offer the opportunity to:
- Debate, discuss and share information on current teaching practice
- Develop a greater awareness of teaching innovation taking place across the University
- Watch a demonstration and try out some of the technologies available in the Teaching Grid
Lunch and refreshments are provided. If you wish to attend, booking is essential.