Flipped Learning Module – Diplomado en Innovación Educativa

Picture of students and a quote from Robert Talbert from the Ask the FLN Podcast episode 7 "I think that we as teachers ought to be completely open and sort of fearless about displaying our warts, our flaws and our failed attempts because like I said to my students, this is how we get better."

Notes and Links

Notes from our sessions Friday and Saturday.

Presentation deck, also used for a session on Thursday at our campus in Monterrey

Contacts for Ken

Flipped Training

More information about training from the FLN and our partner FLGlobal at https://flippedlearning.org/training/

Blog Posts Shared

Giving Students an Authentic Voice

Joe Bower’s blog “For The Love of Learning”: http://joe-bower.blogspot.mx/

Teaching Evaluation Comments: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Robert Talbert defines Flipped Learning in this post.

Definition of Flipped Learning

Crystal Kirch has a blog at http://flippingwithkirch.blogspot.mx/

Videos Shared

 

Student Views

Thanks

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Feature Image Credit

Picture of students and a quote from Robert Talbert from the Ask the FLN Podcast episode 7 "I think that we as teachers ought to be completely open and sort of fearless about displaying our warts, our flaws and our failed attempts because like I said to my students, this is how we get better."
Quote from Robert during the podcast:
“I think that we as teachers ought to be completely open and sort of fearless about displaying our warts, our flaws and our failed attempts because like I said to my students, this is how we get better.”
Used in podcast at podcasts.flippedlearning.org/askthefln/podcast/episode-00…
Modified from Michael’s photo at www.flickr.com/photos/mikecogh/6951916989/

Ken’s Take Ask the FLN Episode 007 flickr photo by kenbauer shared under a Creative Commons (BY-NC-SA) license

Congreso de Actualización y Vanguardia Educativa

Two men selling candy in the streets of downtown Zacatecas.

Keynote and Workshop

I was invited by colleagues of our Tecnológico de Monterrey en Zacatecas to share a keynote (Flipped Learning) and a three instances of a one hour workshop on Open Educational Resources. This was indeed an honour and I was also interviewed by a local newspaper (NTR Zacatecas) and that interview should appear in the Monday edition.

Update: no interview published but I found this article about the event.

Quick Post

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Comparten soluciones tecnológicas a problemas sociales

See note below, this is a re-post and not the writing of the owner of this site.

Autor: Julio Rivas Rojas
Fecha: 08/05/2017

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A lo largo de las 10 sesiones, estudiantes de Mecatrónica, Sistemas Computacionales y Biomédicos, de ambas culturas, compararon y encontraron posibles soluciones a diversos conflictos cotidianos.

¿Cómo la ciencia de la computación puede impactar más en la sociedad? Con esa pregunta como punto de partida, alumnos del Tecnológico de Monterrey en Guadalajara y de la MacEwan University entablaron conversaciones a través de videollamadas en las que discutieron sobre apps que ayudan a resolver problemáticas sociales.

La dinámica fue parte del proyecto de intercambio cultural entre jóvenes estudiantes a cargo del profesor Ken Bauer, del Campus Guadalajara, y Cam Macdonell de la casa de estudios canadiense.

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Leap of Faith

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Teamwork

This is part of my work in a team working on our TC1014 Fundamentals of Programming course at the Tecnológico de Monterrey and submitted as the stage 2 document.

Principle Characteristics

Implementing CBP moves the focus from learning of concepts to developing skills through practice. Ideally each competency is small enough to give opportunity to display mastery of each separately before moving on to the next competency. Individualized learning through order of completion as well as method of demonstrating mastery are key components for our implementation.

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OpenFlip Course Fall 2015 edition

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Another instance of the OpenFlip Course

I am starting the 5th version of this course, for history about the course go see the main site.

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This is an open and free course offered in the connected MOOC style, and you should realize this is not a course about “Ken teaching you” and is highly centered on your learning. A glove-tap/hat-tip to Stephen Downes, George Siemens and Dave Cormier and others for their work on the original MOOCS.

A massive thank you to the work of Alan Levine, Brian Lamb, Jim Groom and too many others to list for their inspiration that led to my using this format.

Video Introduction

Spot the error in the title slide of the video.

Language Note

Nota: voy a ofrecer apoyo/asesoría en español/inglés pero la mayoría del contenido está en inglés.

Note: I am going to offer help/meeting support for this course in English and Spanish but the content is all published in English.

Course Page

Find all of the details about this instance of the course at http://kenscourses.com/OpenFlipFall2015/

Registration Deadline: October 24

Register at: http://kenscourses.com/OpenFlipFall2015/register/

Schedule

This is fully online and self-paced. Each participant will post a video reflection and blog post each week about the topic of the week. The course pages describe the details of each weekly assignment, this is just a summary below. Full schedule details at http://kenscourses.com/OpenFlipFall2015/schedule/

Weekly Topics

  • Week Zero starting October19 Getting Started
  • Week One starting October 26 Flexible Environment
  • Week Two starting November 2 Learning Culture
  • Week Three starting November 9 Intentional Content
  • Week Four starting November 16 Professional Educator
  • Weeks Five/Six starting November 23 Your First Flip Activity
  • Week Seven starting December 7 Course Wrap Up

Submission deadlines (Sunday at midnight except for first one).

Course Content

The course content is all visible (and available under a CC-BY 4.0 license) at the course homepage of http://kenscourses.com/OpenFlipFall2015/

Credit for Course Completion

This course is offered by Ken Bauer on his own platform and not as an official course at the Tecnológico de Monterrey. You will not find it listed on regular registration but must registration directly with the links above. If you complete the course, Ken will write a letter to you and the director of your campus in charge of training to request credit for 40 hours of training.

Course History

For more history on the previous versions of this course (4 before this version), see the main page at http://theopenflip.com

Feedback or Questions?

Feel free to comment here or contact Ken via Twitter or email (kenbauer at gmail dot com).

Flipped Learning Course – Campus Aguascalientes

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Workshop Outline

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My classrooms are very student-centred whether I am working with my undergraduate students or my faculty colleagues. This is really a rough outline and I hope, expect and encourage you to push our workshop in the direction that works best for all of you.

Pre-work for Workshop

If at all possible, please ready Chapter 3 (Why You Should Flip Your Classroom) from “Flip Your Classroom” which is available for free here:
http://www.ascd.org/publications/books/112060.aspx

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Lider Disciplina

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Applying for a national level position

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The Tecnológico de Monterrey put out a call for applications for national level coordinators for five distinct areas of study. This is my application letter for one of those positions. The deadline for applying is today (May 25, 2015) and the published date for notification is June 15, 2015.

I really believe this is an excellent opportunity for the Tecnológico de Monterrey to engage their faculty across all of our campuses to enable the #unSoloTec ideal.

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