Multimedia-Based and Interactive Content

Multimedia-based and Interactive content should be standard in today’s technology-enabled courses. It should  enable active learning. In this project, we identified a crucial content: Many Adult Education organisations are small and don’t have the human resources to create the expected content. Additionally, many course creators neither have the necessary knowledge to create multimedia content nor Read More …

Staff Training Syros (GR)

The training took place in Syros from July 10th until July 14th. All partners were represented with trainers of their organisation, well-fitting to the COVID-19 restrictions: Either tested or vaccinated. The training was organized using the Flipped Learning 3.0 Framework with a pre-class course, focusing on basics using the “Lower Bloom’s” and the face-to-face training Read More …

Training in Syros (Flipped Learning 3.0)

In the frame of the “Flipped Adult Education” Project, the project team will implement a training for trainers of the organizations focusing on the Flipped Learning 3.0 Framework. Peter Mazohl, holding a Flipped Learning Master’s II degree, will be responsible for the training. He is currently reflecting material from the course offered by the FLGlobal. Read More …

Backward Design

Backward Design, which is used in education, is a process to design learning experiences and instructional techniques to achieve specific learning outcomes. This method can be counted to the top-down approaches. Top-down versus Bottom-up The top–down approach goes from the general to the specific, and the bottom–up approach begins at the specific and moves to Read More …

Vegetarian cooking class: An example of a Flipped learning course for adults

In the soon-to-be published Flipped Learning Guide for trainers, you will find a selection of case studies that shows how a Flipped learning course for adults can be designed. One of these is a vegetarian cooking class. It includes hints for course preparation, a course structure with six parts and examples of recipes. Furthermore, suggestions Read More …

Using debates as activities in the Flipped Learning

The learners are sitting in according to two randomly allocated groups. The atmosphere is filled with excited apprehension. Two people have been given the task of opening the debate and making sure everybody who wants to talk gets their turn. Everybody has been researching the chosen topic at home, using videos and interactive texts provided Read More …

Digital Competences of European Citizens

Eurostat published a statistic about the digital skills of European Citizens (covering the age between 16 and 74 years old). The result – split to European countries – is interesting: The average in Europe is approximately 56 % – this means that 44 % of the European citizens lack digital competences. It is important to Read More …

Active Strategies in Flipped Learning

Some years ago, I had a bad experience: My laptop display was broken and showed black spots and strange color effects. I found a reseller for computer parts who offers a cheap replacement. The problem – I never did change a display! First self-experience I checked in YouTube for instructions and found a short video. Read More …

Flipped Classroom and Flipped Learning

The two terms “Flipped Classroom” and “Flipped Learning” are often mixed up and seen as the same item. But this is not true – especially if you care about “Flipped Learning 3.0” (the topic we will address in this project). Flipped Classroom If you search on the internet you will find many similar descriptions of flipped classrooms. Read More …

Digital Competences

Digital competences are necessary to survive in our modern society. This has been made clear in the moment, when thousands of people started to work from their home office. Also, pupils and students stayed and studied at home because their school or university was closed. Suddenly, there was a situation in which teachers taught their Read More …