Video in Flipped learning – Let’s use videos to reinvent education

When Jon Bergman first started developing the Flipped Learning framework back in 2010, one of the first things he did was to create video podcasts that teach specific objectives. Students watch them (at home) and get assignments, conduct experiments, and interact with the class learning platform. Videos are a cornerstone in the Flipped Learning approach 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 …

Flipped Adult Education – the Guide

The production of the guide has been started – the first pages are ready and are going to be proofread! The guide – in English language – will be available as a printable PDF file (in May). Other formats will be ePub (also for Kindle) Printed Version (as a complete book). During the summer, a 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 …

Staff Training in Málaga

The training in Málaga was organized by Peter Mazohl (from the EBI) and was attended by eleven people from the partner organization. The training took place one day in the rooms of the EBI and EDRASE partner organization Arrabal Aid, the other two days at the University of Málaga. The training focused on flipped training Read More …