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Scenario 1: Peer Instruction. Question asked Student votes individually Discuss response (small groups) Retested with same question. Dr Andrew Oliver. Dr Andrew Oliver (a.oliver@herts.ac.uk). EVS Workshop 3 rd March 2006. Scenario 2: Class Wide Discussion. Question asked

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scenario 1 peer instruction
Scenario 1: Peer Instruction
  • Question asked
  • Student votes individually
  • Discuss response (small groups)
  • Retested with same question

Dr Andrew Oliver

Dr Andrew Oliver (a.oliver@herts.ac.uk)

EVS Workshop 3rd March 2006

scenario 2 class wide discussion
Scenario 2: Class Wide Discussion
  • Question asked
  • Small group discussion
  • 1 Vote per group
  • Class discussion (tutor facilitated)

Dr Andrew Oliver

Dr Andrew Oliver (a.oliver@herts.ac.uk)

EVS Workshop 3rd March 2006

scenario 3 scenario 1 2
Scenario 3: scenario 1 + 2!
  • Used at Strathclyde Uni (Prof Jim Boyle)
  • Student groups (4 members)
  • 2 hours (with break & music)
  • 2 lecturers

Dr Andrew Oliver

Dr Andrew Oliver (a.oliver@herts.ac.uk)

EVS Workshop 3rd March 2006

the result
The Result
  • Forces student to think on their own
  • Provides grounding for discussion
  • must justifiy their decision
  • Cant opt out - active learning
  • Student – student learning

Dr Andrew Oliver

Dr Andrew Oliver (a.oliver@herts.ac.uk)

EVS Workshop 3rd March 2006

evs verdict
EVS: verdict
  • Can be achieved thru flashcard, hands etc. BUT
  • Anonymous – response is independent
  • Not knowing other students responses helps in the discussion
  • Immediate & accurate
  • Public – involves all students (good for large classes)

Dr Andrew Oliver

Dr Andrew Oliver (a.oliver@herts.ac.uk)

EVS Workshop 3rd March 2006

current limitations
Current limitations
  • 64 handsets max.
    • but can use in groups
  • Lose 5 – 10 minutes lecture time
    • format may change anyway
  • Storing results is difficult
    • though not impossible
  • Totally anonymous
    • for now…
  • Some questions may not work
    • Yes/no suits class wide better than MCQ

Dr Andrew Oliver

Dr Andrew Oliver (a.oliver@herts.ac.uk)

EVS Workshop 3rd March 2006

the future
The Future
  • Technology will change, the concepts wont
  • Handsets = mobile phone
  • All students issued w/ handset
  • Responses fed into StudyNet
  • When – not prepared to say!

Dr Andrew Oliver

Dr Andrew Oliver (a.oliver@herts.ac.uk)

EVS Workshop 3rd March 2006

what happens next
What happens next…
  • Sem A 2005 – limited pilot
  • Sem B 2006 – open to more staff
  • Academic year 2006/07 – full rollout
  • Plus looking at other systems…

Dr Andrew Oliver

Dr Andrew Oliver (a.oliver@herts.ac.uk)

EVS Workshop 3rd March 2006

when can i use it
When can I use it?
  • See me (briefing)
  • Booking – LRC helpdesk
  • Pilot first!

Dr Andrew Oliver (a.oliver@herts.ac.uk)

EVS Workshop 3rd March 2006

booking evs
Booking EVS
  • Use ‘Equipment booking’ form
  • ‘Other’ – state PRS (not EVS)
  • 32 or 64 handsets

Dr Andrew Oliver (a.oliver@herts.ac.uk)

EVS Workshop 3rd March 2006

lis service
LIS service
  • Includes 1 laptop with handsets
  • Setup by technician
  • Pickup by technician (but please wait)
  • Technician NOT present during session

Dr Andrew Oliver (a.oliver@herts.ac.uk)

EVS Workshop 3rd March 2006

scenario 1
Scenario 1
  • Ask question & vote
  • Users pair up and discuss
  • Re vote
  • Teacher jumps in and moves on

Dr Andrew Oliver (a.oliver@herts.ac.uk)

EVS Workshop 3rd March 2006

scenario 2
Scenario 2
  • For classes > 64 - sharing is good
  • For each question student discusses with group
  • Agree & then vote

Dr Andrew Oliver (a.oliver@herts.ac.uk)

EVS Workshop 3rd March 2006

resources
Resources
  • Me (BLU, Fridays please!)
  • Guidelines (forthcoming)
  • EVS + Draper (Google)
  • Nicol & Boyle Studies in Higher Education (2003) 28(4) – it is on the web

Dr Andrew Oliver (a.oliver@herts.ac.uk)

EVS Workshop 3rd March 2006