TL012 The Teacher’s Lounge: Final Thoughts With Elisa Lewis Academic Liaison


Wrapping up our conversation with Elisa Lewis

In this final episode with Elisa Lewis, we discuss both the connections and disconnects that working primarily outside the classroom creates. We discuss the unique opportunities and challenges that the role of academic liaison presents.  Join us as we close out this series and give Elisa the final word.

This podcast is produced by EDU@YourBest and is a collaboration with The Flipped Learning Network is a non-profit community of educators focused on sharing and supporting ideas and good practice in flipped, blended, and flexible learning environments that reflect the four pillars that helpdefine F-L-I-P.  We are also a community built on collaboration and sharing. If you would like to share your thoughts, ideas, blogs, vlogs, tweets, toks, papers, questions, or comments with us we would love to hear from you via the comment discussions in our posts, through our contact page (https://flippedlearning.org/contact), or via Twitter (we are@FlippedLearning) orFacebook.

TL011 The Teacher’s Lounge: Making a Difference From Beyond the Classroom Part 5


The broad view of the Academic Liaison

In today’s episode, we continue our short mini-series of interviews with Elisa Lewis. We discuss the broader perspective working in a school but not in a single classroom can provide.  We discuss how many people in different roles can be needed to help students be successful. Join us as we continue our discussion.

This podcast is produced by EDU@YourBest and is a collaboration with The Flipped Learning Network is a non-profit community of educators focused on sharing and supporting ideas and good practice in flipped, blended, and flexible learning environments that reflect the four pillars that helpdefine F-L-I-P.  We are also a community built on collaboration and sharing. If you would like to share your thoughts, ideas, blogs, vlogs, tweets, toks, papers, questions, or comments with us we would love to hear from you via the comment discussions in our posts, through our contact page (https://flippedlearning.org/contact), or via Twitter (we are@FlippedLearning) orFacebook.