Digital Spring 5th-9th March 2018

Hull College Group

        • Making Learning Interactive –How to use technologies to get your students to engage more actively in and out of class. Demonstrating how to use a range of apps such as Nearpod/Padlet/Socrative/Plickers & Kahoot
        • Quick and easy learning materials – How teachers can create quick learning materials to support a blended or flipped learning model. Demonstrating how to use H5P/Xerte to create self marking learning materials

Grimsby Institute

  • Using Class Notebook: Blending and Extending Learning– Participants will learn how OneNote Class Notebook can be used for Blended Learning, investigate advantages/disadvantages of the tool and look at current practice and examples of use

Leeds College Of Music

  • Using Poll Everywhere to get Live Peer Feedback –Understanding of how technology can enable increased participation in classes which require students to review their peers’ work.

Doncaster College

  • Using Google Hangouts in Teaching at Doncaster College – Awareness of some of the different uses that have been employed at Doncaster College.Basic knowledge on how to create and record a Hangout

Hull University

  • Big Blue Button – How to use Big Blue button – an open source conferencing system for online learning, support and meetings

East Riding College

  • e-Learning don’t byte – Small short successive sessions on some of the e-learning tools East Riding College uses to engage learners in their studies. Tutors and Staff can learn how to use some e-learning tools that are quick to create and effective for learners’ engagement.
    Small sessions delivered: Office 365: Planner / Staff Hub / Class Notebook / Office Lens

Selby College

  • Who’s e-learning is it anyway? – A look at decentralising the role of the teaching with regards to e-learning and allowing the students to use e-learning technologies for themselves.