Episode 006 – Adriana Ortega

Show Notes

This week Ken chats with Adriana Ortega about her experience this summer teaching Spanish to Mexicans who were deported from the U.S.A.

Adriana was born in Mazatlán, Sinaloa and is a professor of writing and oral communication at the Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico City. Adriana has a bachelors degree in organizational psychology and a masters in education. Currently Adriana is pursuing a second masters degree in educational technology. (adapted from the longer version available in Spanish at her Pedgagoía 42 page).

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Episode One – Matthew Moore

Show Notes

Our hosts Ken Bauer and Adriana Ortega  bring Matthew Moore on this first full episode of the podcast. They answer the questions from the previous podcast and Matthew tells us about the upcoming Illinois Flipped and Blended Learning Network conference (June 15-16, 2017). We talk about community and context in our approach to flipped learning and Ken goes into way too much depth on creative commons license with some excellent commentary and questions on the topic from both Adriana and Matthew.

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Ken also apologizes at the front for taking so long to edit and produce this episode, we would like to make these come out on a regular basis.

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Episode Zero – Starting

This is the initial episode of our new podcast: Ask the FLN.

Show Notes

Our hosts Ken Bauer and Adriana Ortega explain the mechanics of the podcast and some contact information of how to join in the conversation about Flipped Learning at the Flipped Learning Network.

Questions

The audio is in the file but we include the questions from the community here as well. Please send your audio (or text so we can record the audio) replies/comments on these questions to askthefln@flippedlearning.org

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We also solicit questions for the upcoming podcasts. You can also send those (audio or text for us to read) to us at askthefln@flippedlearning.org

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