1. Using technology to help students build discipline knowledge and academic literacies by Roisin Kelly
Dr. Roisin Kelly-Laubscher has been using online Wikis and the Calibrated Peer review TM system to allow students to engage with subject knowledge and at the same time practice key academic skills. The Wiki projects have been running for two semesters now and have been adapted according to student feedback and results as part of an ongoing improvement process. Calibrated Peer Review TM (CPR) is an online system that allows students to calibrate their own marking standards against their lecturers and anonymously mark each otherís assignments. She will describe her experience of using CPR
2. Enhancing students learning experience through the use of vodcasts as support tools to "flip the classroom" by Maureen Tanner
The flipped classroom model encompasses any use of using Internet technology to leverage the learning in the classroom, so you one spend more time interacting with students instead of lecturing. This presentation is geared towards sharing some experiences on how vodcasting (teacher created videos) were used to support this mode of teaching in a second year Information Systems course.
3. Classroom Response Systems - The Clicker by Tim Low
Think of using clickers? When? How? Why?
Centre of Educational Technology at the University of Cape Town.