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1 Evidence of improved learning through interaction in lectures Associate Professor Manjula Sharma

2 Engaged Enquiry Learning spaces for Engaged Enquiry How are staff and students at the university using formal, informal and virtual spaces in ways that develop Engaged Enquiry outcomes?

3 Engaged Enquiry Learning spaces for Engaged Enquiry How are staff and students at the university using formal, informal and virtual spaces in ways that develop Engaged Enquiry outcomes? Technology

4 Chalk yes or no PowerPoint yes or no Clickers yes or yes More cool stuff

5 Technology Chalk yes or no PowerPoint yes or no Clickers yes or yes More cool stuff To get engaged enquiry we need to enter the world of Pedadogical purposes

6 Stories in lectures Week one Week fourWeek three Week two

7 Start and end to stories Buzz Predict Buzz Quiz Video Clicker Quiz Video Clicker Buzz Predict Boring Predict Buzz

8 Engagement with lectures Buzz Predict Buzz Quiz Video Clicker Quiz Video Clicker Buzz Predict Boring Predict Boring, overlap with school science

9 Including tested methods Clicker Quiz Video-new Buzz Predict ILD 1ILD 2 Responsibility on students to learn independently...

10 Did they learn? Learning spaces for Engaged Enquiry How are staff and students at the university using formal, informal and virtual spaces in ways that develop Engaged Enquiry outcomes? Evaluate

11 Sharma, M. D., Khachan, J., Chan, B. and O’Byrne, J. (2005) An investigation of the effectiveness of electronic classroom communication systems in large lecture classes. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 21, Engaged enquiry Critical thinking

12 Pedagogical purposes Quiz Video Clicker Quiz Video Clicker Mange staff cognitive load

13 Pedagogical purposes Correct Question 1

14 Pedagogical purposes Correct Question 1 Question 2

15 Evaluate – tension is correct One technique Multiple techniques

16 Did they learn? Week one Week fourWeek three Week two Pre -test Post -test

17 Did they learn?

18 More than just models Model (Theory) Observe (Measure) Predict Explain Remodel

19 Paul Walker, Ian Sefton, Joe Khachan, Manju Sharma, Andrew Hopkins, Gordon Roberston, Cathy Stampfl, Kevin Varvell, Helen Johnston Lecture Demonstration staff Students: Helen Georgiou, Matthew Hill Sharma, M. D., Johnston, I. D., Johnston, H, Varvell, K., Robertson, G., Hopkins, A., Stewart, C. Cooper, I. and Thornton, R. (2010) Use of interactive lecture demonstrations: A ten year study. Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res. 6(2), Johnston, H. M., Hopkins, A. M., Varvell, K. E., Sharma M. D., Thornton, R. (2007) The research-teaching nexus in physics: scholarship into teaching and learning, Australian Physics, 44(2), Thanks


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