‘Flipping’ is an educational methodology to be used in a fluid and flexible way, regardless of the subject or type of class. What is important is that the time ‘gained’ in class thanks to flipping is used in an optimal manner and that the resources used by the student in the time at home are of high quality.
The goal of this course is to introduce teachers to this concept and present the tools needed for the implementation of this teaching method. During one week participants will learn how to plan better and more efficient flipped lessons.
Thus, at the end of this course, participants will have a better understanding of the benefits of using the flipped classroom approach and they will have improved the skills and competences required for teaching their students in an innovative way.
Teachers (Pre-school, primary, secondary, vocational, adult)
Headteachers/principals/managers of schools/ organizations offering adult education
Careers officers, educational guides and counsellors
upon request, based on participants needs.
Teachers of any discipline
Pedagogy and didactics
School improvement & quality evaluation.
The main language used will be English.
€ 500,00/ participant
Our trainers will use participatory approaches as we are aware that learning by doing is more effective for our trainees.
As for delivery of the course we will use lecture/presentation, discussions, group work, questions and answers, demonstrations, examples of good practice, case studies, practical sessions (hands-on practice), videos, articles, practical examples, and social discussions to work on the training tasks alongside an international community of fellow teachers.
Participants will be given access to the material presented during the training course.
Each participant will be assessed throughout the course.
Participants’ arrival. City tour. Welcome dinner.
Welcome activity: Introduction of trainers and participants. The National Education System
Getting to know each other and what expectations you have
Teaching and coaching
What is flipped classroom
Methods of differentiation and individualization
Workshop: design online-exercises
Visit the park of the city where Brancusi’s monuments are.
Create learning elements
Workshop: design own videos/ podcasts etc
Visiting the Architecture Museum.
Planning of a teaching sequence
Workshop: Design a Flipped lesson
Visiting a bat colony, inside “Peștera Muierilor”.
Finalizing the group work
Presentation of the designed Flipped lesson that includes newly created learning elements
Final evaluation and conclusions