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Federation University CLIPP Forum Feb 2014

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These are the slides for a Keynote Presentation at the Federation University Ballarat Victoria 06 Feb 2014

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Federation University CLIPP Forum Feb 2014

  1. 1. Spin the Wheel flip the class and much much more Federation University Feb 2014 Disruptive Padagogy Presentation by Allan Carrington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Based on a work at
  2. 2. Online Resources CLIPP Forum Feb 2014 You only need this one “tinyurl” webpage link
  3. 3. The Back Channel: #padwheel06
  4. 4. Introducing Allan • • • • • • • • • Designing Outcomes Adelaide South Australia Learning Designer and Apple Distinguished Educator Two Masters - Education (online) & Interactive Multimedia Awarded 2012 OLT National Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning Awarded 2011 University of Adelaide Award for Excellence in Support of the Student Experience Background in printing, publishing, web development & educational multimedia Worked in corporate & VET sectors 20+ countries & led schools in Hawaii, Texas & Paraguay Taught communications, market research, print production & using the internet for education Passion for online collaboration & facilitation Telephone: +61 402468777 Twitter: @allanADL Email:
  5. 5. The Interactive Learning Module Use a QR Code Reader on your tablet it should work from the screen
  6. 6. Anupholsteraphobia “The fear of not covering the material ... Anupholsteraphobia cannot be cured but it can be controlled.” Stan Brimberg Designing Outcomes
  7. 7. Are there any questions please ?
  8. 8. Workshop Trailer Pleeeeeeease explore ILM before workshop:
  9. 9. The Padagogy Wheel Story ... so far! The Challenge “How do we show teachers that the pedagogy should drive the technology and not the other way around?” It’s a Bloomin’ Better Way to Teach 12 Jul 2012 Disruptive Padagogy Presentation by Allan Carrington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Based on a work at
  10. 10. 73,190 Posters ... as at 010214
  11. 11. APP-end-icitis An illness caused by a preoccupation with Apps as being an end in themselves. The sufferer (aka teacher ) sees Apps as learning outcomes and not just tools to enhance learning SYMPTOMS • • • • Excessive use of the word “cool” Have “app tips and ratings searching” in their daily online routine Excessive time searching for the latest and greatest app Pedagogy becomes the question to fit the answer already discovered. e.g. “Wow this app will do this awesome function, how will I use this in class?” Disruptive Padagogy Presentation by Allan Carrington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Based on a work at Designing Outcomes
  12. 12. Presentation Learning Outcomes By the time you finish this Presentation and Workshop you should be able to: • Find the ILM on the Introduction to the Padagogy Wheel & know how to use it. • Explore questions and comments made by yourself & colleagues about the ILM. • Analyse your curriculum development and teaching using the Grey Matter Grid mindset approach. • Evaluate the 25 Graduate Attributes and create a graduate profile from those most applicable to your program. • Appraise how your use of technology fits the SAMR model and design accordingly. Designing Outcomes
  13. 13. The Journey so far ... the “ah Aha” Moments • This Business of Flipping: What exactly do we flip? • Starting with Graduates: When we flip curriculum were do we start ? Good grief can we really start at the finish? • Learning Design Mapping: OK so can we map backwards? • Pedagogy First: What do we use to define the pedagogy, and only then think Apps? • The Real Core: What is really at the core of the learning design process?
  14. 14. The Journey so far ... the “ah Aha” Moments • Motivation: What will make or break the teaching and keep students switched on? • Redefining the Technology: How do we know we are designing to get the most out of the activities so students live in the WOW zone? • Best Practice: How does a teacher quickly use this tool to help students transform into excellent graduates? • Transformative Teaching and Learning: What’s the best way to help students focus on the soft skills and attitudes that will make them excellent citizens and give them the employable edge?
  15. 15. Look for A.N.W.E.R.S There’s an App for that... DesignJot • Audience • Needs • Strengths • Weaknesses • Expertise • Results Video: 1.14 mins
  16. 16. What’s all this Flipping Fuss Is this Back to the Future or what? • Flipped thinking: Because shift happens! Use sound educational modeling • Flipped planning: Start with the graduate finish with content • Flipped syllabus: Assessment first then plan activities, then insert content in context • Flipped pedagogy: Content delivered online via JiTT (1999), frees up valuable face-to-face to focus on interaction and higher order creativity Designing Outcomes
  17. 17. Knowledge Building Designing Outcomes Are there any questions please ?
  18. 18. Disruptive Padagogy Developed from “The Story of the Padagogy Wheel” ... so far Stirring the Status Quo Richard Branson captures the essence of disruptive thinking when he says this: “Disruptive innovation is not a tactic. It’s a mindset.” Luke Williams: Disrupt “One has to passionately believe it is possible to change the industry, to turn it on its head, to make sure that it will never be the same again.” Disruptive Padagogy Presentation by Allan Carrington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Based on a work at
  19. 19. Flipping the Learning Design 1. Graduate Attributes: What do you want your graduate to look like? Also ask your students. 2. Learning Outcomes: When they finish course what do you want students to have learnt? 3. Authentic Assessment: How will you know they have? It’s All About the Students Their engagement, their learning, their outcomes and their future success 4. Learning Activities: What do they need to do to ensure they are ready for the assessment? 5. Contextual Content: Which content to use and where it goes in the learning sequences?
  20. 20. 1 Start with Attributes and Motivation Developing a profile of excellence with student commitment Some Suggested Tactics ... this could change everything? Develop an Excellent Graduate Profile Recruit Student Participation Request Feedback on Profile Establish Learning Contracts “Getting the best use out of the Padagogy Wheel Model” Designing Outcomes Email: Sieve every teaching idea, activity and assessment through the grid of Autonomy, Mastery and Purpose. Disruptive Padagogy Presentation by Allan Carrington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Based on a work at
  21. 21. Skills & Attributes of Today’s Learners • Critical thinking & problem-solving • Collaboration across networks Jackie Gerstein Blog: User Generated Education Includes: Tony Wagner’s Seven Survival Skills as defined by business leaders in their own words and leading by influence • Agility and adaptability • Initiative and entrepreneurialism • Effective oral and written communication • Accessing & analyzing information • Curiosity and imagination • Empathy & Global Stewardship • Grit • Resilience • Hope and Optimism • Vision • Self Regulation
  22. 22. Graduate Attributes & Capabilities 1. Energy, passion and enthusiasm 13. Critical thinking & problem solving 2. Willing to give credit to others 14. Collaboration across networks and leading by influence 3. Empathising & working productively with diversity 15. Agility and adaptability 16. Initiative and entrepreneurialism 4. Transparent and honest 17. Effective oral and written communication 5. Thinking laterally and creatively 6. True to one’s values and ethics 7. Listening to different points of view before coming to a decision 18. Accessing and analyzing information 19. Curiosity and imagination 8. Understanding personal strengths and limitations 20. Global Stewardship 9. Time management skills 22. Resilience 10. Learning from errors 23. Hope & Optimism 11. Learning from experience 24. Vision 12. Remaining calm when under pressure 25. Self Regulation 21. Grit (Perseverance) Blog Post: “If you exercises these capabilities ... you will be employed” Podcast with Prof Geoff Scott from Uni Western Sydney
  23. 23. UNIVERSITY • AUSTRALIA Overarching Graduate Attributes • • continuous learning • engaged citizenship self-reliance • social responsibility Statement of Graduate Attributes
  24. 24. Overarching Graduate Attributes continuous learning they will be equipped with the skills, motivation and confidence to engage in continuous learning to meet the personal, professional and vocational challenges of an ever changing world; self-reliance they will possess the confidence, capability, assurance, independence and enterprise to enable them to fulfil their personal and career aspirations; Statement of Graduate Attributes
  25. 25. Overarching Graduate Attributes engaged citizenship they will add to the productive capacity of the economy and be in demand and will be attuned to, and engage with, contemporary social and cultural issues and aspire to make meaningful and helpful contributions to local, national and global communities; social responsibility they will be aware of generally accepted norms of ethical behaviour and be encouraged to act in a socially responsible manner both in the work place and other settings. Statement of Graduate Attributes
  26. 26. Updated Padagogy Wheel Tackles The Problem of Motivation in Education “The new version of the Padagogy Wheel tackles a major question that is lurking in the back of everyone’s mind. If it’s not … it should be. It’s about the problem of motivation in education. How do we motivate students, teachers, parents, and everyone else to get excited about learning? How do you stay motivated? What works and what doesn’t?” Jeff Dunn Editor Edudemic
  27. 27. The Puzzle of Motivation Stirring the Status Quo • Autonomy • • Mastery • • Video: 18.36 mins Clip: 3.25 mins Disruptive Padagogy Presentation by Allan Carrington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Based on a work at The desire to get better and better at something that matters Purpose • Daniel Pink TED Global Oxford England July 2009 The urge to direct our own lives The yearning to do what we do in the service of something larger than ourselves
  28. 28. Knowledge Building Designing Outcomes Are there any questions please ?
  29. 29. 2 Flip and Design Outcomes Learning Outcomes By the time you finish this presentation you should be able to : • Explain the revised Blooms Digital Taxonomy • Use the Padagogy Wheel to develop learning outcomes using action verbs, activities and apps • Apply the SAMR model to your learning outcomes to integrate the technology and promote innovation
  30. 30. Benjamin S. Bloom 1913-1999 The Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy 1956 2001 Bloom, B., Englehart, M. Furst, E., Hill, W., & Krathwohl, D. (1956). Taxonomy of educational objectives: The classification of educational goals. Handbook I: Cognitive domain. New York, Toronto: Longmans, Green. Anderson, L. & Krathwohl (Eds.). (2001). A Taxonomy for Learning, Teaching, and Assessing: A Revision of Bloom's Taxonomy of Educational Objectives. New York: Longman.
  31. 31. Bloom’s Taxonomies Andrew Churches Curriculum Manager Computer Studies & Senior School Learning Innovator Kristin School, Albany Auckland Email: Blog: Twitter: @achurches
  32. 32. Version 1 Developed by Allan Carrington Designing Outcomes Standing on the Shoulders of Giants This Taxonomy wheel, without the apps, was first discovered on the website of Paul Hopkin’s educational consultancy website That wheel was produced by Sharon Artley and was an adaption of Kathwohl and Anderson’s (2001) adaption of Bloom (1956). The idea to further adapt it for the pedagogy possibilities with mobile devices, in particular the iPad, I have to acknowledge the creative work of Kathy Schrock on her website Bloomin’ Apps The Padagogy Wheel by Allan Carrington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. Based on a work at
  33. 33. iPa Creative Book Interview Builder Nearpod Assistant ps Ap d Garageband Transformative Learning starts at the core of the Wheel iAnnotate iThoughts Twitter Facebook DocsToGo Google Search Fotobabble iP a dA pp song Highlighting Bump s storytelling Voicethread Bullet Pointing recognize TV/Radio Program Blog Docs s Mind Mapping list name MentalCase Prezi tie ePub or iBook cartoon Easy Release Bookmarking or Favouriting Ac ivi storytelling Rap t ti v Commenting Ac Wordpress it imagine paraphrase Blog Journalling ies new game animating Maptini CourseNotes suppose design s Ac Word Processing summarize mixing rb invent produce iMovie tio Social Networking e Aurasma describe retrieve video editing nV n V transform Social change compare erb tiosuggest explain podcasting c Bookmarking infer A Quizcast compose Screen find identify s Bloom’s multimedia Subscribing hypothesize FeeddlerRSS iTime Chomp locate classify presentation Searching or rearrange Lapse Pro match exemplify Googling originate videocasting find an Recalling interpret create unusual Explain report way WikiNodes editing critiquing expand Everything play role playing network justify Perfectly judgement conclude implement movie making Clr ShareBoard rank edit simulate judge Keynote opinion compare share use demonstrating debate post Prompster Pro Dan Pink carry out presenting court trial Autonomy conference upload verify discuss interviewing Sonic Pics Articulate Mastery Skype Hypothesis teach support 2009 mapping decide hack run Purpose Evernote 18 mins news item simulating prioritise load Peek Evernote TEDtalk video evaluate collecting execute AudioBoo Survey e collaborate Do taking View Now Notability itiv operate draw select ma appraise photograph gn record reporting in moderate defend Analyse Co interview making diary critique Ustream contrast scrap booking Summary give your differentiate construct distinguish survey Adobe StudentPad opinion infer deconstruct outline determine Connect drawing diagram recommendation compare examine deduce mash making puzzle sequence classify demonstrate Self-evaluation Taposé WEB to categorise simulate sculpturing PDF interview reporting graphing Action Verbs GoogleDo Quick Voice charting cs surveying creating advertisement Google+ Edmodo creating mashup spreadsheetingbuilding questionnaire media diagraming Animation summarising Cate gor ies Toontastic vit Acti A iP a d pps ies e on V Acti Activities iCardSort MiniMash SurveyPro MindMash Inspiration Maps Bento Comic Life iPad Apps FilemakerGo Popplet Creation Pages Numbers DropVox iPad Apps erbs AIM Activ ities Acti on V rbs Graduate Attributes and Capabilities Version 3
  34. 34. Grey-Matter Grids Turning a Graphic into a Mindset Model The Attributes Grid What do you expect an excellent graduate of a program is to “look like” i.e. what is it that a graduate is and does that makes them and their communities define them as successful? The Motivations Grid How does the learning environment and activity experience I am building, give the learner autonomy, mastery and purpose? The Blooms Grid This is the “By the time you finish this workshop/seminar/lesson you should be able to <choose and action verb> by <then choose an activity or outcome>.” type of thinking. The Technology Enhancement Grid With learning objectives and outcomes sorted, now think about technology aka apps. How can this technology serve your pedagogy? The SAMR Grid Is there any task you can build into the activity that without the technology would not be possible? “Getting the best use out of the Padagogy Wheel Model” Disruptive Padagogy Presentation by Allan Carrington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Based on a work at
  35. 35. Knowledge Building Designing Outcomes Are there any questions please ?
  36. 36. 3 Flip & Design to Measure the Learning before the Event Authentic Assessment “A form of assessment in which students are asked to perform real-world tasks that demonstrate meaningful application of essential knowledge and skills” ... Jon Mueller
  37. 37. 4 Flip and identify the Doing Stuff Next LAMS: Learning Activities Management System Free Resource for a teacher and 30 students - a curriculum design resource
  38. 38. 5 Flip and put content in context last • Audio Narrated • Checkpoints: Formative Assessment • Interactive Content: Engage interactions etc • It’s about JiTT:JUST IN TIME! Articulate Studio’13 Pro and Storyline
  39. 39. Pioneers of JiTT using ILM’s Ms Sophie Karanicolas & Cathy Snelling Senior Lecturers School of Dentistry University of Adelaide • Winners of the 2010-2011 University of Adelaide Team Teaching Award for the Stephen Cole the Elder Prize for Excellence in Teaching and the VC's teaching prize • 2011 OLT Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning • 2013 Australian Award for Teaching Excellence
  40. 40. Interactive Learning Modules Using Articulate Software creating audio narrated presentations with formative assessment
  41. 41. ILM Checkpoints: Live LMS Quizzes
  42. 42. Modification Tech allows for significant task redesign Enhancement ICT in the classroom Redefinition Tech allows for the creation of new tasks, previously inconceivable Transformation SAMR Model Augmentation Tech acts as a direct tool substitute, with functional improvement Substitution Tech acts as a direct tool substitute, with no functional change Ruben R. Puentedura, Ph.D. Video: 1.59 mins
  43. 43. For Transformative Learning start at the core of the Wheel Disruptive Padagogy Presentation by Allan Carrington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Based on a work at
  44. 44. The Big Questions A RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY... waiting to happen • What do these capabilities and attributes look like by discipline? • How do you map them to courses? • Can we design assessments and activities for them? • How do we motivate the learners? • Will all this help the learning outcomes and graduate employability? • Is this transformative education? Please connect and continue the conversation?
  45. 45. Knowledge Building Designing Outcomes Are there any questions please ?
  46. 46. Podcasting Episode Clips Knowledge Building • Short 2-3 minute • Recorded audio interview • Using iPhone • Published to Audioboo immediately • Includes photo and GPS location • A script feeds to the blog • Some become posts with academic rigour • Pre-recorded on SKYPE can be uploaded from computer