The video above is a recording of my talk from the researchED Melbourne event held at Brighton Grammar School on Saturday 1st July. It’s called, “You say you want a revolution” and is about project-based learning. Note that there was a second researchED Melbourne event on Monday 3rd July as part of the ACE conference.
There are a few points I would like to make about the video. The talk is not as slick as I would have liked. I was the person doing the filming that day and I had my head in that (videos of other speakers will be available shortly). So my own talk was something of an afterthought. At one point near the start there is a pause while I search through by bag and pull out my notes. There is also a slide that was mysteriously absent from the presentation that I gave on the day but that I have included in the video for reasons of clarity: It is the slide showing the design of the Theide et. al (2017) study.
During the talk, I am asked a number of questions by the audience and you can hear these reasonably well. Dr Catherine Scott chips in on ‘natural pedagogy’ at just after the 27 minute mark and she later sent through the references that she mentions. You may find them here and here.