Flipped Classroom

Flipped Classroom

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Adult Education

€80 /day

The flipped classroom is an educational strategy the has had much recent coverage in the literature. The flipped classroom describes an approach whereby course material is first presented to the students prior class, usually via online learning management systems. Classtime is then used for learning-centered activities that built on the preclass work, rather than the tradional instructor-led lecture sessions. This type of instruction enables the educater to be with students when they are engaging in higher levels of Bloom’s taxonomy, such as application, analysis, and synthesis.

The flipped classroom is an educational strategy the has had much recent coverage in the literature. The flipped classroom describes an approach whereby course material is first presented to the students prior class, usually via online learning management systems. Classtime is then used for learning-centered activities that built on the preclass work, rather than the tradional instructor-led lecture sessions. This type of instruction enables the educater to be with students when they are engaging in higher levels of Bloom’s taxonomy, such as application, analysis, and synthesis.

One of the main advantages proposed for the flipped classroom is that it creates opportunities for individualized education. Also, flipped classroom model improved student-teacher interactions and oppotunities for real-time feedback. In research studies, It is shown that students always prefer flipped classroom to traditional classroom.

Each module covers different aspects of implementing Flipped Classroom model into any curriculum subject. Coursework will incorporate your existing knowledge and experience which you can share within a group of colleagues from different countries. You will gain new skills through collaborative activities, demonstrations and hands-on interactions with tools applicable for Flipped Classroom structure.

  • To make the classroom an active learning environment.
  • To enable students to learn at their own pace.
  • To give the instructor more time to teach each student individually, rather than the class as a whole.
  • Save time by creating basic lecture content

1st DAY– Course introduction & intro to the flipped classroom

Course introduction

  • Introduction to the course, the trainers and the week activities.
  • Icebreaker activities using drama for trust
  • Identification of needs and goals for each participant and relevant populations.

Intro to the flipped classroom

  • Understanding what the Flipped Classroom is and looking at some Flipped Classrooms in detail;
  • Establishing ways in which the Flipped Classroom can be implemented;
  • Brainstorming your own Flipped Classroom project Presentations of the participants’ schools

2nd DAY – Creating material

  • Building ‘lectures’ for the Flipped Classroom;
  • Understanding how to create videos for students and where to upload and store them;
  • Explore other Flipped Classroom teaching methods through blogs, messenger and other social media platforms.
  • Tools for Efficient Presentations

3rd DAY – Group work

  • Understanding how to manage group work; Consulting with students and groups;
  • Creating rubrics and student portfolios

4th DAY – Lesson plans

  • Creating a detailed Flipped Classroom lesson plan.
  • Finding Resources Online
  • Strategies for Effective Lesson Planning

5th DAY – Brainstorm

  • Finishing up the Flipped Classroom lesson plan and assessment rubric.
  • Brainstorming cross-curricular or school wide Flipped Classroom learning in your school.
  • Flipped Classroom Workshop

6th DAY – Course closure & cultural activities

Course closure

  • Course evaluation: round up of acquired competences, feedback, and discussion;
  • Awarding of the course Certificate of Attendance;

Cultural activities

  • Excursion and other cultural activities.