Flipped Classroom – Course Contents

In the traditional model of classroom instruction, the teacher is typically the central focus of a lesson and the primary disseminator of information during the class period. The teacher responds to questions while students defer directly to the teacher for guidance and feedback. In a classroom with a traditional style of instruction, individual lessons may be focused on an explanation of content utilizing a lecture-style.

But is this teaching model efficient today?

What about modern didactic methodologies focused on the learner for an inter-active teaching in line with the priorities and objectives of Europe 2020 for the Education and Training sector ?

This course is about driving teaching to the future. If you believe that student engagement should be the base of your teaching style you should try to learn about the Flipped Classroom. Class discussions is no more centered on the teacher, who controls the flow of the conversation but on the engagement of the students but it shifts instruction to a learner-centered model in which class time explores topics in greater depth and creates meaningful learning opportunities, while educational technologies such as online videos are used to deliver content outside of the classroom. In a flipped classroom, content delivery may take a variety of forms. Flipped classrooms also redefine in-class activities. In-class lessons accompanying flipped classroom may include activity learning or more traditional homework problems, among other practices, to engage students in the content.

So give it a try Flip up your Classroom !

Main Objectives:

  • Analyze the way we Learn in a Digital Environment
  • Explore Innovative Learning
  • Recognize a Flipped Learning Process
  • Describe how to plan and implement a flipped lesson
  • Explore tools for creating a flipped learning environment and learn how to use them efficiently
  • Practice how to use Google to organize your lessons
  • Identify problems and good practices of Flipped Classrooms
  • Acquire practices implemented by European institutions


  1. How do we learn
    Learning in the 21st Century
  1. Innovation in teaching
    Traditional and innovative learning
    Innovative teaching techniques
    Teacher and teaching innovation
    Inverted Classroom
  1. Digital Didactic Designs
  2. From Flipped Learning to Flipped Classrooms
  3. How to organize a lesson for your Flipped Class
  4. Create Flipped or Blended Learning Content
  5. Create videos for your Students
  6. Using Google to Flip your Classroom
  7. Tools, applications, software to help flipped instructors, students
  8. A critical view of Flipped Classroom – the downsides
    Flipped Classrooms in practice, who does it?
    The European perspective
  1. Visit to Educational institutions
  2. Round up, review and evaluation

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