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Here you have a list with all the events the partners have done about the Flipping First project.

The event is a presentation of all the results of the project, and specially how VET teachers can use the Framework developed in the project. How to design and create video resources for Flipping Class and how to use them in the project Framework. It will be important to give them the view that this methodology can have for enhancing inclusion and personalization possibilities with students. This has been achieved by having an in deep analysis of what has happen in real flipping pilots and how we have solved the problems and difficulties, creating a framework able to be used across Europe.

The number on the left side of each box indicate the number of teachers or students assisting to the event.

INNEO

40E1.1 (20/04/2018) - Multiplier event of the project FLIPPING FIRST has been organized on 20th April 2018 in Rzeszow. The venue selected was Hotel Hubertus, as it is located in the city centre and offered good standard conference room.

8E1.2 (30/08/2018) - Multiplier event of the project FLIPPING FIRST has been organized on 30th August 2018 in Rzeszow. The venue selected was Hotel Hubertus, as it is located in the city centre and offered good standard conference room.

PRO WORK

42E2 (26/10/2018) - A wonderful Multiplier Event for the Flipping First project (Erasmus+) in the final phase was held in Burgh-Haamstede on the 26th of October 2018. In this event the dissemination and presentation of all the courses on entrepreneurship, tourism and teacher trainer were presented and explained to the participants. In the event PRO WORK also presented the project and several educational experts in the world of "flipping the classroom / blended learning" as well Nationally as Internationally. Also the participants were divided into working groups to get familiar with the courses and be able to use it in the class in the future.

ETA

50E3 (12/10/2018) - Meeting in school hall - presentation of project and on-line modules with copies of handbook issued.

AHS

51E4.1 (15/07/2018) - Teacher training: Presentation of the project and creating own flipped classroom content. On 15th of July 2018, 51 teachers and future teachers from several teacher training departments learned to realize their own learning path in the Moodle Learning Management System environment. They used the Flipping First content and knowledge to explore and realize their blended and flipped classroom courses.

20E4.2 (04/11/2018) - Teacher training: Presentation of the project and creating own flipped classroom content. On 4th of November 2018, 20 teachers and future teachers from several teacher training departments learned to realize their own learning path in the Moodle Learning Management System environment. They used the Flipping First content and knowledge to explore and realize their blended and flipped classroom courses.

28E4.3 (15/11/2018) - Teacher training: Presentation of the project and creating own flipped classroom content. On 15th of November 2018, 20 teachers and future teachers from several teacher training departments learned to realize their own learning path in the Moodle Learning Management System environment. They used the Flipping First content and knowledge to explore and realize their blended and flipped classroom courses.

SZAMALK

65E5 (24/05/2018) - Flipping First Multiplier Event was organized in SZÁMALK-Salesian Post-Secondary School (Budapest) on 24th of May, 2018. According to the feedbacks, the event was engaging in many respects. Most of the participants came from Budapest or Pest County representing mainly secondary VET schools. At the beginning, the project was briefly presented, however later the main emphasis was laid on the flipped classroom methods and on exchanging best practices among participants Teachers and other professionals were deeply involved in the discussion, interestingly, most of them already were familiar with this new type of teaching approach.

JAITEK

12E6.1 (29/06/2018) - Event to see the results of the project at a business level, how to flip the class and all the resources created for teachers (active methodologies and tools) and students (Entrepreneurship and Tourism) in 5 languages, including Spanish and English. All are available on our YouTube channel http://bit.ly/YouTubeFFirst as well as in the courses of our learning environment http://ffirst.4eclass.net. The Handbook was also presented and distributed.

16E6.2 (13/11/2018) - Event to inform teachers about the results of the project, explained in the Handbook which was distributed, and all the resources created for teachers (active methodologies and tools) and students (Entrepreneurship and Tourism) in 5 languages, including Spanish and English. All are available on our YouTube channel http://bit.ly/YouTubeFFirst as well as in the courses of our learning environment http://ffirst.4eclass.net. In the event, in addition to presenting the results and giving them access to the participants, we made interactive groups, dealing with service-based learning, rubrics and camtasia, to make them practice with several elements that will allow them to flip the classroom.

44E6.3 (21/11/2018) - Event to inform university teachers and future teachers about the results of the project, the handbook to flip the class and all the resources created for teachers (active methodologies and tools) and students (Entrepreneurship and Tourism) in 5 languages, including Spanish and English. All the videos are available on our YouTube channel http://bit.ly/YouTubeFFirst as well as in our learning environment courses http://ffirst.4eclass.net. In the event, in addition to presenting the results and giving them access to the participants, we worked with them in a practical way, with interactive groups, service-based learning, rubrics and camtasia, as important elements to be able to flip the classroom with consistent methodological criteria.

Work Plan

In the project we are dealing with 23 activities that can be seen in the following table:

#

Activity

Responsible

1

Preparation of the first meeting of all partners. Gathering ideas for the agenda and the programme of the first year. Travel arrangements.

Participants: ALL

2

1st international Kick-off meeting. Decisions on the details of the programme and the modifications if necessary.

Participants: ALL

3

Evaluation of the first meeting. Identifying questionnaires types or patterns

Participants: ALL

4

Preparation work of questionnaires and their implementation for students, schools and teachers

Pro-Work

Participants: ALL

5

Evaluating the questionnaires.

Participants: ALL

6

Starting work on the creation of the website and launching it.

Jaitek

7

Creating a learning platform (Moodle)

Jaitek

8

Putting the results on the website and shaping the website for the good examples of e-learning objects

DC-Center

Participants: ALL

9

Collecting good examples of e-learning materials used and publishing them on website

Participants: ALL

10

2nd international meeting and preparing a SWOT analysis

Pro-Work

Participants: ALL

11

Preparing an evaluation report for the first year of the project

Jaitek

Participants: ALL

12

Creating a lesson and homework follow-up system and publishing on website

Pro-Work

13

Preparation for the meeting of all partners. Gathering ideas for the agenda and the programme of the second year. Travel arrangements.

Participants: ALL

14

3th international meeting and sharing the lessons to produce e-learning patterns

Participants: ALL

15

Sharing and exchanging the ideas, experiences and work on e-learning materials

Participants: ALL

16

Concluding the work of e-learning patterns

Participants: ALL

17

Publishing the e-learning materials on the project website

DC-center

18

4th international meeting and evaluation of the new e-learning materials.

Presentation on 'Good Examples'

Pro-Work

Participants: ALL

19

Putting into practice the e-learning materials during the classes

Participants: ALL

20

Producing an online-brochure with examples of e-learning patterns on website.

DC-Center

21

5th international meeting and preparing the second evaluation report of the project

Jaitek

Participants: ALL

22

A publication presenting the results of the project ( CDs, leaflets ) and evaluation of the results and dissemination

Pro-Work

Participants: ALL

23

Final Report

Jaitek

Flipping First

Flipping First (Flipping Framework Including VET Resources for Social Training) is an is an Strategic Partnerships for vocational education and training. Therefore it is a project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, and the National Agency responsible for the project is the Spanish, SEPIE.

The project started the 1st of September 2016 and will finish the 31st of August 2018. The project coordinator is JAITEK, from Madrid, and there are other five partners from Poland, The Netherlands, Hungary,  Belgium and UK.

Intellectual Outputs
IO1. FLIPPING FRAMEWORK DESIGN
IO2. FLIPCLASS HANDBOOK
IO3. FLIPCLASS RESOURCES
IO4. FLIPPING FRAMEWORK IMPLEMENTATION
IO5 - INTERNAL PILOT WITH TEACHERS
IO6. EXTERNAL PILOT WITH STUDENTS
IO7. FLIPPED CLASSROOM LIGHTS (AND SHADOWS)

The subject of the project is Flip Teaching which is an  innovative method of learning. The project aims to use this innovative method in training of VET and new workers of companies, but OER developed could be of interest for other target groups as higher education students, and also 14-16 pre NEET (Not in Education, Employment and Training) as they might also be used for inclusive education and disadvantageous students.

The project responds to the priority of pen and innovative education, training and youth work, embedded in the digital era and Inclusive education, training and youth together with  strengthening competences in VET curricula by developing new and innovative approaches to the learning processes, promoting personalization, and supporting the dissemination of best practices.

 

 

 

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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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