Panel Presentation DES254
Managing a Flipped-Classroom Approach
Date Friday, Nov 29 Time – Room Köpenick II/III
What are the essential elements for successful implementation of the flipped classroom? A combination of didactic and technical support for teachers plus a vision on innovative concepts is an important ingredient. Hear how these institutions' strategies have improved students' application of conceptual knowledge and skills.
Institute of Technology Sligo, Ireland
Brian Mulligan is a Civil Engineer who originally worked in mathematical modelling and simulation and the application of information technology in engineering. He is currently Manager of Online Learning Innovation in the Centre for Online Learning at the Institute of Technology Sligo where he has lectured since 1984. He has been the key driver in the rapid growth in online distance learning in IT Sligo since 2002 and significantly involved in the growth of e-learning in Ireland since 1999, organising the EdTech series of conferences since 2000 and as a founding member of the Irish Learning Technology Association in 2002. His main areas of expertise and interest are now in web-casting, webinar management, synchronous online training, instructor-led online training, lecture capture, open education (MOOCs and OER) and the rapid development of online content. He led the Erasmus+ funded LoCoMoTion project on low-cost MOOC development (moocs4all.eu).
Eva van Venrooij
Erasmus University Medical Centre, The Netherlands
Flipping the Classroom in Medical Education: Preparing Students for Small Group Learning
Eva van Venrooij is an educational consultant at Erasmus University Medical Centre, where she is a member of the team Digital Learning & Innovation. She has experience in designing and implementing innovative didatic concepts in different educational sectors.
At Erasmus MC she has counseld and supported teachers in the design of interactive products such as videoclips, e-modules and other materials. Also she develops and gives workshops and trainings about flipping the classroom and developing online, interactive material.
Medical University of Graz, Austria
How to Engage Students With Video Virtual Lectures for Teacher-Student Interactivity and Collaboration
Univ.-Prof. Dr.med.univ. Josef Smolle, born 1958, qualified as a medical doctor in 1981 and as a dermatologist 1987 and became Associate Professor in 1988.
In 2006, he was appointed as Full Professor for New Media in Medical Education at the Institute of Medical Informatics, Medical University of Graz, Austria.
He launched and developed the so-called Virtual Medical Campus as one of the first university-wide elearning platforms in Austria. From 2008 to 2016 Smolle served as rector of the Medical University of Graz. He has a track record of 280 publications with a cumulative impact factor of 462, more than 6100 citations and an h-index of 41. His main research topics today are instructional design, effectivity and efficiency in elearning and particularly in microlearning.