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Presentations and Seminars

These are the Slides which supported my presentations at recent conferences, seminars and workshops in Australia, Singapore, England Scotland, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Korea and the USA.

Korea March 2014: Building Disciples in the Practice … Getting Started

This is a second webinar for a presentation about using the Padagogy Wheel model to explore flipped thinking and technology enhanced learning and teaching in the University of the Nations. Given at the UofN Leadership Meeting in Jeju Korea March 2014.

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Korea March 2014: CALLED to Instruct Them in the Practice

This is the first webinar for a presentation about using the Padagogy Wheel model to explore flipped thinking and technology enhanced learning and teaching in the University of the Nations. Given at the UofN Leadership Meeting in Jeju Korea March 2014.

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FedUni Feb 2014: Spin the Wheel, flip the class and so much more

This is a conference presentation about using the Padagogy Wheel model to introduce flipped thinking. Given as a Keynote presentation at the FedUni CLIPP Forum conference Feb 2014.

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Spin the Wheel, flip the class and so much more

This is a conference presentation about using the Padagogy Wheel model to introduce flipped thinking. Given in Hong Kong conferences Dec 2013.

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Immersive Learning Workshop: Disruptive Padagogy

These slides supported the Immersive Learning Workshop given in Hong Kong Dec 2013..

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Immersive Learning: The Core of The Padagogy Wheel

These slides supported the Immersive Learning Seminar with the Nurses of CUHK given in Hong Kong 9th Dec 2013.

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Disruptive Padagogy Presentation September 2013

This is a conference presentation of the Story of the Padagogy Wheel first given in Adelaide South Australia at the Higher Education Research Group Adelaide Confernce Sept 2013.

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Creative Commons License:
Disruptive Padagogy Presentation by Allan Carrington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Based on a work at http://tinyurl.com/padwheelstory

A Flipping Better Way to Learn: Building a 21st Century Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Course

This presentation is a response to the question “How do I build an online course, how do I use technology in my teaching?”  First presented Nov 2012.

Padagogy101 Seminar

These slides are used in the introduction to using iPads in Educatiion seminar. It is an overview and introduction to the hundreds of apps available to use in Learning and Teaching. These seminars were first run in 2010.

Padagogy201 Seminar

These slides are used in the iPads in Educatiion seminar. It is begins with the Padagogy Wheel then selects a number of Apps to introduce in each of the cognitive domain categories, These seminars were first run in 2010.

Blended learning: Introducing Challenge Based Learning

This presentation was given as a keynote presentation at an elearning conference in Brisbane Queensland in 2009. It introduced participants to the pedagogical approach of Challenge Based Learning (CBL)

Presentations of Different Pedagogical Approaches to Support Consultancy with Academics

Lams101: Introducing the Learning Activity Management System

This presentation is about the Learning Activity Management System (LAMS) developed at Macquarie University in Australia. It is a powerful tool to help teachers develop courses using student centric activity based social constructivism

Lams201: Digging deeper into the Learning Activity Management System

This presentation is more about the Learning Activity Management System (LAMS) developed at Macquarie University in Australia. It is a powerful tool to help teachers develop courses using student centric activity based social constructivism

Just in Time Teaching (JiTT) and ILMs

This presentation is about a pedagogical approach develop by Novak and colleagues in the USA in 1999 called JiTT However with today’s learning technologies much more can be achieved in student outcomes.  It introduces teachers to Interactive Learning Modules (ILMs) using Articulate software. I introduced these concepts and methods into the University of Adelaide in 2005 and with great success.

Educational Podcasting

Introduces participants to using Podcasting and Blogs for learning and teaching

 

 

 

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