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
What’s coming up in the project
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 with low 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.
ONLINE TRAINING COURSE ON FLIPPED LEARNING
The online course for adult educators will give a practical view on how to implement flipped classroom with low-skilled students. Online course will be based on adult educators’ experiences and case studies implementing flipped classroom, as well as on the main content from the theoretical context. Video clips included in the course will offer both theoretical and practical context on how to implement flipped classroom with low-skilled adults.
The online course is expected to be available for external audience by early 2020.
It will be actively disseminated during the project lifetime, and also afterwards, through the Erasmus+ Project Results Platform, EPALE, and national communication channels of each partner organisation among others. The course will be produced in five languages of the project partners.
GUIDELINES ON FLIPPED LEARNING
The goal of this document is to support educators in creating good quality content for flipped learning in adult education. The guidelines will give educators working with low-skilled adult learners a comprehensive introduction of what a flipped classroom could mean to them and what they need to take into account when starting with flipped classroom.
The guidelines are expected to be finalised in the spring 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 int he summer of 2020.