The Kickoff Meeting took place in Wiener Neustadt from November 16, 2018 until November 17. All partners were presented at this meeting and had two working days in Wiener Neustadt.
The agenda focused on the development of the project and had foreseen the items
- Presentation of the partners
- Core issues of the project and roles of the partners
- The idea behind flipped learning – project content
Characteristics of various adult learners
The meaning of active learning
Shift of the trainer’s role
Use of technology
Flipped Learning standards – elements of flipped learning
- Organizational issues (documents, meetings, teaching events)
Steering Committee constitution
Monitoring and evaluation
- Final product ePub
Presentation: What are interactive eBooks?
Concepts and outlay for an eBook
Structure and content of the developed ePub
The intensive working sessions have been monitored and guided by the coordinator Peter Mazohl (EBI/EIE, AT). Alexander Amundsen (Intermezzo, NOR), Jon Bergmann (FLGI, USA), Errol Smith (FLGI, USA), Jørgen Jenssen (Intermezzo, NOR), Juan Carlos Álvarez and Martín Oriol Brotat Mestre (both Asociación Juvance, ES), Stefanie Mayrwöger (EBI/EIE, AT), Kathrin Zehrfuchs (EBI/EIE, AT), Harald Makl (EBI/EIE, AT) and Michail Filioglou (EDRASE, GR).
Here is a short information about Wiener Neustadt, the home town of the EBI/EIE
The next activities will be
Learning – Teaching – Training Event in Málaga/Spain
The teaching event will evaluate the SWOT analyses of the participating partners, teach and analyse the active teaching methods of flipped learning, compare the existing profiles or the organisations in context with the teaching and training in the organisations and other related isues.
Aims of teaching activities (defined to reach the project’s objectives)
▪Knowledge transfer on transnational level and between the participating organizations
▪Active learning and heutagogical approach to learning, especial in Blended Learning
▪Analyses of the DigoiComp framework and the implementation of specific items in the courses
▪Use of the e-xellence framework as a base of course developement
▪Flipping the learning – shift oft he roles
▪The planning of the implementation of new courses
Intermediate Meeting in Olso/Norway
At the meeting, the partners will prepare and initiate the writing of the Intermediate report and evaluate the monitoring report and the evaluation report of the first project months. Additional the development of the flipped activities tailored to the organisations’ course program will be discussed, finally evaluated, and the production process of the “Flipped Learning Framework” will planned, structures, and be initiated.
Goal of the meeting is the collection of materials for the intermediate report, the final definition of the developed tailored activities, the definition of the different approaches in context of the different structures of the partner organisations and target groups.
Jon Bergmann and Errol Smith from the FLGI will be included in some working phases by virtual conferencing.