Flipped Classroom: Empower Students for Their Learning Journey
Do you know what a flipped classroom means? It is a way to motivate students to learn in a different way. Instead of a lecturer, teacher becomes more of a mentor. His role is empowering students when they're experimenting and learning through different methods, such as watching videos, collaborating in discussions, or carrying out research at home while engaging in concepts in the classroom. This kind of teaching empowers students since they are developing various skills during the learning process, as well as it raises their level of engagement. If you are interested in how to make your classroom a flipped classroom, even in an online environment, join us at the 11th Pan-European Conference on Digital Education.
The conference is free of charge, held in English on 25th of February 2021 from 15:00 to 16:30 Central European Time. The participants will get a certificate of attendance.
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True flipped learning turns classroom time into a more individualized experience. Instead of an instructor addressing all students as a group, learners move at their own pace or in small groups to apply their knowledge in hands-on ways; this allows for a more differentiated experience overall. By a flipped classroom we empower students to take responsibility for their learning journey.
Combining Gamification and Flipped Classroom to Improve Students’ Engagement in Higher Education
Giada Marinensi, Link Campus University
Teachers Teach Teachers
Rob Senden, IVOC Training Centre of the Belgian Fashion and Clothing Industry
Web Solutions for Flipped Classroom: Edpuzzle
Alina-Marilena Dica, Seminarul Teologic Ortodox, Craiova
Web Solutions for Flipped Classroom: Screencast-O-Matic
Simona Negru, Ghindeni School, Ghindeni
Project-Oriented Training at Modatex
João Melo e Costa, Modatex, Porto
Migration Socratic Seminar
Ivana Stiglec, 1st High School Osijek
Contribute to Padlet
Would you like to present your flipped classroom best practice, but you don't want to talk in front of teachers? You can still present and get a Certificate of Poster Presentation. Prepare a Power Point (or some other type) of presentation on flipped classroom practice you use in your own class. Upload it to the conference Padlet until 25th February 2021.
Please note, presentation should be in English. We will consider only the presentations about flipped classroom best practice. Please do not upload any theoretical articles.
Looking forward to circling all the teaching ideas.
Participate in Mentimeter
Share your thoughts and ideas about the Flipped Classroom on Mentimeter. We will present the answers at the 11th Pan-EU Conference on Digital Education. By creating this collection of thoughts and ideas you help the community of teachers to grow. The results will be also published in Pan-EU Conference on Digital Education Facebook group.
We empower teachers so they can do their job best.