Diverse Deployments of the Flipped Classroom Concept
Date Thursday, Dec 6 Time – Room Tiergarten
One learning strategy that has been greatly facilitated by digital technology is based on the idea that the delivery of instructional content can be done more productively outside the classroom. Generally known as the flipped or inverted classroom, as well as flipped or inverted learning, it has been deployed at the primary, secondary, and tertiary levels in formal education. Non-formal education, too, has adopted it. This Panel invites you to discuss deployments of the concept in a variety of settings. If you’re newbie, you won’t be when you leave. If you’re a practitioner, you’ll come away with innovative ideas that augment your expertise.
TU Berlin, Germany
Anja Wipper works as a trainer and consultant for e-learning at the Technische Universität Berlin since 2005. She studied work and instructional psychology and did further studies in university didactics, online learning and video production. As a member of the e-learning team Anja gives courses and supports lecturers in using digital media to facilitate learning and engage their students. Her specialities are: developing blended learning concepts, designing courses with learning management systems, creating learning videos and utilizing online tools for enhancing teaching and learning.
ISDI Education, Spain
FIELD Methodology for Digital Business Education
Co-founder and Academic Director of ISDI (Digital Business School); Academic Director of the International Digital Business Seminar at RCCHarvard; Director of the Master in Neuromarketing in Universidad Complutense. Victor is a Graduate at the School of Communication and Information Sciences, Universidad Complutense de Madrid. He holds an MBA from EAP Paris, and a Master in Communication by the United Nations. He is PhD in Communication and Information Sciences, form Universidad Complutense, where he holds a tenure position as Professor of Marketing. Founder and director of important initiatives such as the Chair "Banco Santander" of Employer Branding, and the Observatory of Marketing Practices. Visiting professor of universities in Europe and Latin America. Author of more tan 20 books and numerous scientific and divulgative articles. Director of more than 10 doctoral thesys and many research projects.
MEF University, Turkey
The Vital Role of Digital and Adaptive Learning Platforms in a Flipped Learning Approach
As the Vice Director of Research Center for Learning and Teaching Practices at MEF University, Dinçer’s goal is to support students and instructors with the latest educational technologies as tools to enhance the Flipped Learning pedagogy. He considers himself lucky to be working at MEF, as it is the best living lab for Flipped Learning research.
Now, as a PhD candidate in Computer Education and Instructional Technology at Middle East Technical University, Dinçer is also writing his thesis on Flipped Learning. He is specifically interested in the role of student self-regulation within Flipped Learning.
Dinçer Özoran holds a B.S. degree in Computer Engineering and M.S degree in Cognitive Science.