I’ve been pretty busy lately working on projects and doing courses. Sometimes (especially when I arrive home from a hard day at school, exhausted and still have 25 essays to correct…) I wonder why I do this to myself, but then I do a course like EVO flipped learning 2017 and remember why. Somehow, despite the extra hours and lack of sleep, I feel rejuvenated!
Every year, there’s always something which interests me in the EVO sessions and it’s often hard to choose. The flipped learning sessions have caught my eye before but it wasn’t until this year I opted for them.
Even though, due to other commitments which arose during the course, I couldn’t participate as fully as I would have liked, this course has been a complete game-changer for me.
The terms “flipped classroom” and “flipped learning” have been on my radar for a while now and I’ve always thought it sounded an interesting concept. However, I haven’t known quite enough about it to consider implementing it in class and when I started the course, I soon realised that what I thought I knew wasn’t the whole truth…