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"Does the Pedagogy for the Teaching of First Year Undergraduate Laboratory?"

This work examines the teaching approach for chemistry laboratory practicals for first year undergraduate students to determine if the underpinning pedagogical strategy meets the requirements for these students for the remainder of their undergraduate programme. This is based on the knowledge, skills, content and learning outcomes for undergraduate chemistry courses. This work aims to enhance the first year experience of chemistry education by facilitating greater student engagement and “deeper” learning of relevant content during practical laboratory experiences by focusing on the learners’ needs. During this research, a survey of undergraduate science students from 2nd, 3rd and 4th years was carried out to determine if first year chemistry practicals facilitated the development of skills needed in further science education. It concluded that overall there was a positive response to first year laboratory practicals, that students engaged with them and felt they assisted with skills required for subsequent years of undergraduate study. Participants were most satisfied with the organic chemistry experiments while, for the physical/analytical chemistry experiments, the results obtained reiterated difficulties with mathematical calculations that are accepted as an issue in other aspects of third level STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects. As a result of these findings, modifications that were made to the laboratory practical element included a pre-populated workbook supplied to the students and the introduction of pre-laboratory questions to be completed by each student before each session to reduce cognitive load and improve the students’ knowledge and understanding of 2 the purpose and potential outcomes of each laboratory practical. Also, the total first year chemistry syllabus was re-organised, as was the scheduling of the experiments to synchronise the theory lectures with the experiments as far as was practical.

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no video, but familiar topics like adding pre-class assignments to enhance studetn activity and reduce cognitive load

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Online learning: Myths, reality & Promise

Myths & Reality

 

The paper’s sections on myths and realities confront misconceptions about what online learning means for students, teachers and the system as a whole. Key topics include:

 

• The range of students served by online learning;

• The power of personalized online learning;

• The daily experiences of online learners and

teachers;

• The role of technology; and

• Evidence in support of online learning.


Via Miloš Bajčetić
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at first glance this looks like a paper that will give me much food for thought. I will read it

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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, June 17, 2014 11:44 PM

This report delves into the myths and realities of K-12 virtual schools. You'd be amazed at the misconceptions about kids going to school online.  


If you are a classroom teacher pay attention to this article. You'll be glad you did. 

Eja Kliphuis's curator insight, June 20, 2014 3:23 AM

at first glance this looks like a paper that will give me much food for thought. I will read it

Rosemary Tyrrell, Ed.D.'s curator insight, June 21, 2014 2:48 PM

Hardly unbiased, but some good things to think about. 

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Where is the pedagogy in flipped classrooms?

Where is the pedagogy in flipped classrooms? | research on video in higher education | Scoop.it
“Where is the pedagogy in flipped classrooms? Flipped classrooms themselves are not a pedagogical practice per se but more just a tool.”
Via Fishtree Education, juandoming, Javier Tourón
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The P of TPaCK and let's not forget the O: how to Organize the complete composition of learning and teaching activities
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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, February 24, 2014 5:49 PM

Pedagogy is teaching whether it be in the form of lectures, videos, reading, conversation, etc. All of those have to be considered in contextual and relational ways. Which one best fits the particular needs of a student? That is an essential ad sensitive question in any classroom environment.

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7 Common Instructional Design Pitfalls in E-learning Storyboards

7 Common Instructional Design Pitfalls in E-learning Storyboards | research on video in higher education | Scoop.it
“ Storyboard writing is a core skill that all e-learning instructional designers must master. Yet there are common pitfalls that pop up frequently - both for newbies and seasoned instructional designers. Get these valuable tips for improving your e-learning storyboards: your team, your client, and - especially - your reviewer will thank you!”
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Weblecture sustainable collaboration HAN Built Environment

A lecture via web from America to the Netherlands (Ravenstein en Arnhem) and China about sustainable collaboration by prof. dr. Eric Connell.
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You don't have to travel to connect to knowledge overseas

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Derek Muller: The key to effective educational science videos - YouTube

Derek Muller is the Creative Director of Veritasium, a science video blog with 90 films based off of interviews with Australians about issues such as global ...
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Derek Muller "always start with the misconceptions". Food for thought, make your students 'think aloud'

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Online learning: Myths, reality & Promise

Myths & Reality

 

The paper’s sections on myths and realities confront misconceptions about what online learning means for students, teachers and the system as a whole. Key topics include:

 

• The range of students served by online learning;

• The power of personalized online learning;

• The daily experiences of online learners and

teachers;

• The role of technology; and

• Evidence in support of online learning.


Via Miloš Bajčetić
Eja Kliphuis's insight:

at first glance this looks like a paper that will give me much food for thought. I will read it

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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, June 17, 2014 11:44 PM

This report delves into the myths and realities of K-12 virtual schools. You'd be amazed at the misconceptions about kids going to school online.  


If you are a classroom teacher pay attention to this article. You'll be glad you did. 

Eja Kliphuis's curator insight, June 20, 2014 3:23 AM

at first glance this looks like a paper that will give me much food for thought. I will read it

Rosemary Tyrrell, Ed.D.'s curator insight, June 21, 2014 2:48 PM

Hardly unbiased, but some good things to think about. 

Rescooped by Eja Kliphuis from Education and Training, Industry engagement
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Stanford University and Khan Academy use flipped classroom for medical education | Inside Higher Ed

Stanford University and Khan Academy use flipped classroom for medical education | Inside Higher Ed | research on video in higher education | Scoop.it
#Flipping #MedEd: Stanford University and Khan Academy Use the Flipped Classroom for Medical Education: http://t.co/gtYvUmZndy #highered
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Interesting combination of expertises
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Reflection on web lectures (Gardner and Merrill) | Learning and ...

Reflection on web lectures (Gardner and Merrill) | Learning and ... | research on video in higher education | Scoop.it
With great interest, I have watched the following web lectures on the internet: Gardner, J. (2012, January, 2012) What does an instructional designer do? [Video file]. Retrieved from ...
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Taking notes while watching a web lecture

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Utilizing public scientific web lectures to teach contemporary physics ...

Utilizing public scientific web lectures to teach contemporary physics ... | research on video in higher education | Scoop.it
This paper describes a teaching experiment designed to examine the learning (i.e., retention of content and conceptual development) that takes place when public scientific web lectures delivered by scientists are utilized to ...
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Using web lectures recorded by others,  is one of the opportunities teachers and learners have.

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