Enabling Student Understanding in Flipped Classroom Environments


Enabling Student Understanding in Flipped Classroom Environments

Guest Speaker: Mr John Larkin

The “flipped classroom” is an old idea with a new name. During this workshop participants will be instructed in how to analyse their curriculum and determine which components can be effectively delivered online or taught face-to-face. Curriculum mapping rubrics, formative assessment suggestions and practical implementation strategies will be shared. Hands-on and group based activities will be a feature of the workshop.


John Larkin is an educator with an international profile due to his practical application of educational technologies both in Australia and overseas during the past two decades. He has a diverse experience in the development and usage of educational technologies in primary, secondary, tertiary and corporate educational fields. John has created both web-based and multimedia education projects. His skill set is enriched with a keen eye for design and a practical approach towards instructional technologies.

He has taught part-time at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels in the fields of instructional design, online course development and education multimedia design at the University of Wollongong, NSW and also at the National Institute of Education, Singapore. Prior to his return to Australia John was employed at the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching at Nanyang Technological University.

Fri May 8, 2015
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM SGT
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