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Collaborative Learning in Music - Get With The Team

Welcome to the first post for 2015.  In this post, I would like to examine and explore the reasons that we play music in ensembles. This has in fact been a learning journey for me in my career as a music educator. 2,367 more words

Music Education

educationalist04 reblogged this on The Learning Renaissance and commented:

This is the latest work of my Australian colleague, Phil Rooke, who has a way with words and music. I recommend it for its sound theoretical underpinning and practical panache...

Flipping tip: process matters

This semester, I converted one of my courses to Team-Based Learning (TBL). I’ve dabbled with TBL (or parts of it) in previous semesters, but this was the first time I’d tried it in this class. 531 more words

Flipped Classroom

Teachers are people!

It’s hard to believe, but the first term (which translates as the first half of Semester 1) of the 2015 school year has already been and gone!   364 more words

Learning Community

Teaching in the 21st Century

As part of my job role, I’ve been doing a lot of research on technology in teaching. Two concepts that I really feel are important are SOLE (Self Organised Learning Environment, from Sugata Mitra) and the Flipped Classroom. 1,136 more words


Education in the Digital Era Conference | Open Education Europa

It is always gratifying to know that there are people and organisations looking to the future with a positive mindset. Such is the case in the… 88 more words


The use of Flipped Classrooms in Higher Education: A scoping review

There is increasing pressure for Higher Education institutions to undergo transformation, with education being seen as needing to adapt in ways that meet the conceptual needs of our time. 115 more words

Higher Education