From the US to China, the United Kingdom to New Zealand, Spain to Dubai and beyond, Flipped Learning Worldwide is a radio channel covering the evolution of flipped learning around the globe. Hear from researchers, school leaders, technologists, thought leaders, and teachers. Each short 10-12 minute episode is available on-demand from your computer or mobile phone. Now you can stay on top of the next practices in flipped learning anywhere, anytime. In addition to the voices of flipped practitioners from around the globe, you can tune in to the FlipSide with Jon Bergmann, one of the pioneers of this exciting education trend.
What’s Working, What’s Working Better, What’s Working Best in Remote Teaching
We are hearing from educators around the world who are doing remote teaching through flipped learning. Many have recently been introduced to flipped instruction and doing well under the circumstances, others are struggling. Join us as we talk about what’s working, what’s working better, and what’s working best.
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Carolina R. Buitrago has been an English as a Foreign Language Teacher for over 18 years in Bogotá, Colombia. She has worked extensively in the field of English Language Teaching (ELT) as a teacher trainer, teacher and researcher. Carolina currently works as a full-time professor at Institución Universitaria Colombo Americana -ÚNICA. She has been flipping her classes since 2014 and she has flipped graduate, undergraduate, online, blended and face-to-face courses. Joy McCourt teaches high school chemistry, physics, and mathematics in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where she lives with her husband and two sons. Her interests include helping to moderate #flipclasschat every Monday on Twitter and training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Jake Habegger is an 8th grade US History Teacher in Franklin, Tennessee. His goal in education is to invigorate student learning by meeting them where they are through the use of technology.
The Mega Teaching Challenge of 2020: How We’re Keeping Students Engaged Remotely
Engaging students remotely is the massive teaching challenge of 2020. Today we talk about the strategies we’re using and what’s working best.
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Yessica Barreda is an Advanced Placement Psychology teacher in Miami, FL. She is certified in Social Sciences grades 6-12, Exceptional Student Education, and English as a Second Language. Yessica is an active volunteer with Boy Scouts of America and a sponsor of Psi Alpha – a psychology honor society. She is passionate about making learning equitable, engaging, and memorable. In her 10 Years as a teacher, Yessica has led Parent Academy workshops to give parents the tools necessary to support their child’s learning. Peter Santoro has been teaching high school mathematics for 12 years. In addition to two sections of Introductory Calculus, Peter also teaches one section of Geometry and two sections of Mathematics Research Honors. In addition, he is the coach of the Garden City High School Math Team (Mathletes). Joy McCourt teaches high school chemistry, physics, and mathematics in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where she lives with her husband and two sons. Her interests include helping to moderate #flipclasschat every Monday on Twitter and training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
Help! Many Students Are Not Turning In Their Work: What Can I Do?
Increasingly, teachers report that students in remote learning are not turning in their work. Join us as we unpack the assignment completion gap and what can we do about it.
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Kate Baker, M.Ed and MAIT, is the Senior Community Engagement Manager at Edmodo, a veteran high school English teacher with 20+ years classroom experience, board member of the Flipped Learning Network, & contributing author of Flipping 2.0: Practical Strategies for Flipping Your Classroom. Passionate about evolving authentic learning into digital formats, Kate leads by example and shares her expertise with the global Edmodo Community and on Twitter..Richard Kline is in his 30th year of teaching and former teacher of Dan Jones and a graduate of Ashland University in Elementary Education 1-8, Ashland University's Master's Program in Educational Administration. Jake Habegger is an 8th grade US History Teacher in Franklin, Tennessee. His goal in education is to invigorate student learning by meeting them where they are through the use of technology.
The Elephant in the Remote Classroom: Adapting to Grading in the New Normal-ish
Grading is always a challenge, but teachers are reporting that hybrid and remote teaching are adding a new level of stress and angst to the process. Join us as a panel of teachers share what they are doing to make the new grading demands more manageable.
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Martha Ramirez has worked in the education field for more than 16 years. Her experience includes being a school teacher, a department head, a higher education educator, an academic consultant, and a researcher. She is an English professor in the Department of Languages and Sociocultural Studies at Universidad de Los Andes in Bogotá, Colombia and works in various Flipped Learning international projects. Jon Bergmann is one of the pioneers of the Flipped Classroom Movement. He is leading the worldwide adoption of Flipped Learning through the Flipped Learning Global Initiative (FLGI) flglobal.org. He is the author of 12 books, including the bestselling book: Flip Your Classroom, translated into 13 languages. After spending seven years as a consultant, he has returned to his passion of reaching every student every day. Besides his work with Flipped Learning Global, he teaches full-time high school science in a suburban Houston Texas high school. Dr. Thomas Mennella has been an instructor in higher education for over ten years. Starting as a lecturer at the University of Massachusetts – Amherst, and then moving on to an Assistant Professorship at Delaware State University (DSU), Tom is now an Associate Professor at Bay Path University, a private liberal arts institution in western Massachusetts. Dan Jones earned a BS in Middle Grades Education from Ashland University and a Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from American College of Education. Dan is an FLGI Master Teacher whose professional interests include e-learning and technology, as well as Project-Based Learning.
Flipping Physical Education Onsite and Online
Teaching remotely poses unique challenges for some subjects, namely, art, music, dance, drama, and physical education. In this episode, we look at using Flipped Learning to teach physical education online.
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Ove Østerlie is an associate professor in the Department of Teacher Education, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, where he teaches, and researches on, the subject of physical education. With 12 years of experience in primary and secondary education in both physical education and sports in Norway and Spain, he has gained a wide experience and expertise in many aspects of the subject ranging from specific activities to subject didactic areas. His research is focused on the implementation of digital tools in physical education, and research on students with concentration difficulties.
Relationships, Flipped Learning, and Why Are There No Brown Kids in My Class?
In this episode, we drift from the nuts and bolts of Flipped Learning to focus on the current social issues that are impacting our relationships with students in flipped classrooms around the world.
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Shayla Logan is a 3rd-grade generalist teacher in Mansfield, Ohio. Her goal in education is to reach the whole child, inspiring students to become life long learners and the best version of themselves. Amy Lawson-Allred is in her 23rd year in education. She’s spent a career teaching social studies and language arts to highly diverse students in the public, private, and public charter schools. American history textbooks have been focused largely through the eyes of a homogenous caucasian point of view. Amy uses music, art, experiential learning, and technology to weave the storylines of historically-marginalized populations into a more complete and vibrant tapestry. Her work has received accolades from peers and families throughout her school community and beyond.
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