IO3. Flipclass Resources


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The subject of Flipping First is Flip Teaching, an innovative method of learning. Flip Teaching consists in flipping the classroom tasks regarding what we do at home (homework) and what we do in the classroom.

Traditional teaching used to follow the following guideline: Learning new concepts in the classroom and reinforcing them at home by homework. Flipping this technique, Flipped Teaching propose to learn new facts at home, and reinforcing them at the classroom.

It is very important to create good content for both teachers (about the relevance of active methodologies) and VET students (about Entrepreneurship and Tourism).

So first of all, all the project OERs have been created in a way that allow them to be used independently as this will give more reusability options.

In the project, both external and created resources are accesible in an on-line platform, Moodle (Developed in IO4).technology is a beautiful thin 1506834

All the resources created have a creative commons license (by-nc-sa) so that they can be used freely after the project. To create the OER, we used the instructional design methodology seen in the staff training. The partners generated all the scripts, animations, resources..., neded to generate afterwards a video using Camtasia. This videos are allowed to be used in Moodle, the LMS used in this project.

We created 10 videos for each area of knowledge (Teacher Training, Entrepreneurship and Tourism). All the videos are around 10 minutes of work for the student, integrating text, images, animation and voice. This length make the video more understandable and lighter, keeping the atention of the student. All the videos are available in all the languages of the project partners.

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Clicking on the following link, you will see all the resources we have created:

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