Discussion: Flipped Learning Newsletter

Check out the new issue of FLIPPED LEARNING TODAY, official newsletter of the Flipped Learning Network     https://flt.flippedlearning.org

In this newsletter, many articles of interest on flipped learning as well as links to activities to participate in around flipped learning.  

Discussion: Flipped Learning Conference: FlipCon 2016

Join us:       9th Annual Flipped Learning Conference FlipCon 2016, July 19-21 in Allen, TX

The cutting edge for flippers from all subjects at all levels of education.

To learn more, go to: http://flippedlearning.org/domain/18       

Helaine Marshall, LIU Hudson

Flipped Learning Network

 

 

 

 

 

 

Discussion: Flipped Learning Annual Conference

9th Annual Flipped Learning Conference FlipCon 2016, July 19-21 in Allen, TX

Go to:  http://flippedlearning.org

Call for Proposals is open.  Submit by February 20th.

Registration is open.  $250 for all three days; $115 for Pre-Conference

Let me know if you have any questions.

Helaine

Helaine W. Marshall, Ph.D.

Board of Directors

Flipped Learning Network
 
 

 

 

 

Discussion: Announcement of TESOL's EVO 2015

Each year TESOL's CALL Interest Section sponsors the Electronic Village Online (EVO), a 5-week free online professional development opportunity open to anyone.  This year we are launching a Flipped Learning session.  Registration opens January 5.  EVO begins January 12.

Discussion: Looking for model agencies and programs

Colleagues,

I am researching models -- with evidence that they work -- of:

Discussion: What will adult basic education in the U.S. look like in the future?

Colleagues,

"What will adult basic education in the U.S. look like in the future?" is a great question for us to consider here. What are the trends that you are seeing that you think will continue, and perhaps transform adult basic education in the future?

Here's are a few of the trends I see that could, or already are beginning to, transform adult basic education (including ESOL/ESL):

Discussion: The Flipped Learning Approach: How can it meet adult learners’ needs?

About 30 folks in Region II have been investigating the Flipped Learning Approach  (also called the Flipped Classroom Approach) as a tool to support high quality adult education instruction.  (Click here for a quick  overview of the flipped approach.) Through a professional development event modeled on the flipped approach, participants have completed pre-webinar activities  (four 2-page readings, watched 2 short videos, & completed a pre-survey), participated in a discussion-based webinar customized to thei

Discussion: Adult Basic Education and Adult ESL or ESOL Flipping

Colleagues,

I have created an ABE and ESOL/ESL - focused group on the Flipped Learning Ning. Nine adult educators have already joined, and a lively discussion is under way. If you have flipped your class, are experimenting with flipping, or are thinking about trying to flip a class, email me and tell me a little about why you want to join the group, and I'll send you an invitation to join.

David J. Rosen

djrosen123@gmail.com

Discussion: Flipped Learning Ning Adult Education Group

Technology and Professional Development Colleagues,

Are you flipping your classroom or experimenting with flipping? Do you know an adult basic education or adult ESL teacher who is? There's a Flipped Learning Ning, and I have created an adult basic education and adult ESL/ESOL focused flipped classroom group there. If you are interested in joining, let me know, and I'll send you an invitation. Thanks to Helaine Marshall at Long Island University, whom I met at COABE in Pittsburgh, for telling me about the Flipped Learning Ning.

David J. Rosen

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