WHAT WE DO

The FLIP-IDEAL project supports adult educators to use the flipped learning approach with their learners.

Take a look at the introduction video and find out what some of the participants in the project have to say!

 

RESOURCES ON FLIPPED LEARNING

THEORY BEHIND FLIPPED LEARNING

Read a blog post of the creation process of the first output!

The theoretical context explores the pedagogy behind the flipped classroom approach, reviews existing research and theories of flipped classroom learning in a range of educational contexts and settings, but focusing particularly on the challenges related to teaching adults who are developing basic skills in literacy, numeracy and digital skills. 
 
This output provides a theoretical framework for the FLIP-IDEAL project as well as an understanding and insight into how flipped learning will impact learners.

DOWNLOAD the theoretical context output here (pdf)
 

ONLINE TRAINING COURSE ON FLIPPED LEARNING

The online course for adult educators will give a practical view on how to implement flipped learning with students learning basic skills. Online course is based on adult educators’ experiences and case studies using flipped approach, and includes video clips which illustrate both the theoretical and practical context of flipped learning with adult learners.

 

The online course is now available in English!

1. Go to the Moodle platform.

2. Change the language to English in the upper right corner.
3. Choose ‘log in as a guest’
4. Again, change the language to English (sorry about that!)
5. You are now ready to take the course! Start by looking at the video below.



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Moodle course will be available in other project languages (Italian, Finnish, Slovenian and Dutch) in the summer of 2020.

GUIDELINES ON  FLIPPED LEARNING

The goal of these guidelines is to support adult educators in creating good quality content for flipped learning in adult education. The online magazine gives a comprehensive introduction of what a flipped classroom could mean in adult education context, and what educators need to take into account when starting with flipped classroom.
 

The guidelines are NOW available in English!

a) Read the guidelines as online magazine

b) Download the pdf version of the magazine (4MB)

Language versions in Finnish, Italian, Slovenian and Dutch will be available in the summer of 2020.

OPEN BADGES ON FLIPPED LEARNING

Open Badges are a means of recognising achievement and effort associated with specific skills or knowledge.

The FLIP-IDEAL project aims to create and test an innovative system of Open Badges in order to:
 1) Assess and accredit the skills within this project and its training for educators;
 2) Develop a pilot model to be extended also for other skills, and potentially for students;
 3) Validate not codified knowledge and skills and their use in formal and non formal learning contexts.

This project output is expected to be finalised in the summer of 2020.

 
 

WHO WE ARE

Partners from six European countries

Read more about our previous project IDEAL - Integrating Digital Education in Adult Literacy (2013-2015)

CVO Antwerpen

BELGIUM

CVO Antwerpen is an Adult Education Centre with several campuses in and around the City of Antwerp in the Flemish region of Belgium. It is one of the largest centres for adult education certified and funded by the Flemish Government.

 

CVO Antwerpen offers daytime and evening courses clustered around Dutch as a second language, second chance education, higher vocational education, languages, business management, maritime training, welding and cooking.

www.cvoantwerpen.be

 

CONTACT US

Please let us know if you have questions, or if you would like to sign up for the project newsletter.

 
BLOG POSTS
Flipped Learning in Adult Education

Erasmus+ KA2 strategic partnership project in adult education (2018-2020)

NEW: Online course for adult educators on flipped learning, as well as good practice guidelines now available in English!  See below "Resources".

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