Podcast and forward by Ken Bauer https://podcasts.flippedlearning.org/askthefln/podcast/episode-039-alex-more/
This week Ken from the FLN Podcast chats with Alex More. Kelly Walsh brought the work of Alex to my attention and recommended interviewing him for the podcast. This was a great conversation and I must thank Kelly for the recommendation.
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About our guest:
Alex More is the Vice Principal (Teaching & Learning) at Shaftesbury School and a blogger at www.educationalhipsters.com
You can find Alex on Twitter at @EduHipsters
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- Alex on Twitter.
- “Illuminating GCSE PE: An Experimental Flipped Learning Research Project” at the Flipped Learning Network site.
- “Students: the Main Actors in the Learning Process (Flipped Learning Research Findings)” also at the Flipped Learning Network site.
- Educational Hipsters blog
- Pomodoro Technique
- Robert Talbert‘s blog post on “Managing time in flipped learning“
My choice of quote from the conversation that particularly resonated with me.
On taking the students’ point of view of Flipped Learning in his research:
“And look at it from the student’s point of view. There is a lot of research (quantitative and qualitative) from the teacher’s perspectives and educators and higher education. But what there seems to be a lack of at the time of writing, what do the students think of flipped learning and what do they feel about the process, how much ownership do they feel over it?”