This week Ken chats with Carolina Buitrago about her experiences with flipped classroom. Carolina is a university professor at Institución Universitaria Colombo Americana in Bogotá Colombia.
Carolina discusses her work in a teacher training environment and challenges working with adult learners. We also discuss the challenges to learners as well as instructors when changing roles in the learning process. What it is like to be “that lone wolf” in your own institution and how students deal with having flipped teachers mixed with non-flipped teachers in their programs.
This is the first time that I heard the word “fliperentiated”.
This week Ken chats with Kate Baker about her flipped classroom. Kate is a 9th grade English teacher in New Jersey who has been flipping her class for six years, an #edtech advocate, EdModo certified traini, PBS Learning Media Digital Innovator, and a member of the Flipped Learning Network board of directors.
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This time our regular co-host Adriana Ortega is busy with some other very important projects so Ken Bauer and Matthew Moore share the hosting duties to bring David Walsh to the podcast to talk mostly about non-linear flip. David joined us from his school so we have some background noise and apologize for that. Ken did his best cleaning up the alarms and will remember to save clips for a featured bloopers show perhaps in the future.
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