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Friday, July 18 • 10:20am - 11:25am
Challenge, Engage, Learn: An Inquiry-based Approach to Flipped Learning

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This interactive workshop will share an approach to flipped learning that critically combines the more common interpretation with the thinking of leading educators including:
·      John Hattie: Visible Learning
·      Prof. Eric Mazur: Teaching through questioning
·     Alan November: Who owns the learning?
·      Ramsey Musallam: Teachers as creators of curiosity and Inquiry
Rather than flipping traditional instructional content, our approach focuses on the use of high quality provocations as lenses on learning, designed to challenge, initiate, inspire and motivate.Students come to lessons primed, curious and ready to learn, armed with questions to be answered and problems to be solved; having already considered, shared, revealed and discussed their understanding of key concepts in student-led learning communities. It seeks to change relationships between and amongst students and teachers. Ownership is shared and meaning is negotiated as learning opportunities are planned and personalized in direct response to feedback from student to teacher.The hands on element will use Verso to demonstrate how educators are engaging students in a process of productive discomfort in order to challenge their thinking, expose ideas and cultivate social capital with the intention of building learning power in their schools. 

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Phil Stubbs

Head of Education, Learnology
Phil has extensive global expertise in the education sector having worked on innovative projects with schools, education districts and government departments in the UK, the USA, China, Australia, Hong Kong and the wider Asia Pacific region; developing partnerships with educational... Read More →

Friday July 18, 2014 10:20am - 11:25am EDT
Statler - 2nd Floor

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