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 • Introduction • Statistics of Flip-it course in Spain • Best practices •

• Introduction • Statistics of Flip-it course in Spain • Best practices • Quotes • Conclusions Index

INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

Pedagogue Teacher and researcher at Universidad Europea (Madrid. Spain) Specialist in teacher training for

Pedagogue Teacher and researcher at Universidad Europea (Madrid. Spain) Specialist in teacher training for early childhood, primary, secondary and VET education. Advisor of schools in technology and educational innovation. @soniamrequejo @ueuropea

STATISTICS More details about the course

STATISTICS More details about the course

Participants who have completed assessments 29. 85% Complete assessments • 67 participants Not complete

Participants who have completed assessments 29. 85% Complete assessments • 67 participants Not complete assessments 70. 15% Participants who have completed the course 11. 94% Complete the course Not complete the course Participants 88. 05%

Students who delivered the activity about carrying out an FC session in the classroom

Students who delivered the activity about carrying out an FC session in the classroom VS those who did not 12. 50% FC lesson in the clasroom Only planning lesson FC 87. 50% Most of the teachers did not have enough time to plan and carry out a FC session this course FC Planning and practice

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Cl Pr S LM as ezi Po sroo w m Go er P og oin le t Fo rm s Pa dl Po et w to o K n Go aho og ot le Do cs Sc W re ix en C ca an st -o va -m W at or ic dp re ss M en ti Hu Bl bic o Ex gsp o el ea t rn in S g M cra in dm tch ei s Ca ter m ta s Jo ia i n W. et me ra Ph nsfe r ot os ho p og le Go Y Go outu og be le Dr ive Tools used 8 7 6 5 4 3 Users 2 1 0 Most popular tools used

Contexts of the FL practices Vocational education 2 Higher education 3 psycho-social rehabilitation center

Contexts of the FL practices Vocational education 2 Higher education 3 psycho-social rehabilitation center 1 1 1 Secondary education Vocational training Details of activities´s context

BEST PRACTICES Of participants

BEST PRACTICES Of participants

Gamificate-It Badges to identify the best practices in the Flip-it course

Gamificate-It Badges to identify the best practices in the Flip-it course

Lesson map Integrate variety of technological resources to share the contents Institution: Universidad de

Lesson map Integrate variety of technological resources to share the contents Institution: Universidad de Zaragoza Department of Spanish as a Foreign Language Lesson topic: Pronunciation and accents in Spanish Practice: Next schoolar year https: //reyescasasnovas. wixsite. com/onlinespanish/pronunciacion

Promotion of collaborative work in the classroom Institution: Grupo Aula Formación y Emergencias. VE.

Promotion of collaborative work in the classroom Institution: Grupo Aula Formación y Emergencias. VE. Nursing assistant Lesson topic: pressure ulcers Practice: May 2018 In groups, they prepare a treatment with a patient and expose this treatment to the rest of their classmates.

Promotion of meaningful and functional learning Institution: Universidad Europea VE. 3 D Animation, Games

Promotion of meaningful and functional learning Institution: Universidad Europea VE. 3 D Animation, Games and Interactive Environments Lesson topic: Multimedia projects Practice: May 2018 In class they must develop a Pacman game following the instructions of the videos they saw at home while the teacher asks questioning the process as "what would happen if I omit this order and put this one? ”.

Video that defines the job according to the regional employment agency Promotion of meaningful

Video that defines the job according to the regional employment agency Promotion of meaningful , functional and collaborative learning Institution: Fundación DYA Navarra VET Lesson topic: Educational Methodology. Programing VET course Practice: May 2018 In groups, they analyze the job position presented in the materials seen at home and design a course for their professional training. Each group exhibits planning.

QUOTES From participants throughout the course

QUOTES From participants throughout the course

"From the pedagogical point of view it has been a very good experience for the users since it has allowed them to bring the contents prepared from home and so that the programs have been more agile and able to dedicate more time to the practice and resolution of problems, from the methodological point of view allows us a better planning of the contents of the class, adapting those contents to the participants of the program and carrying out a continuous evaluation ". "The benefits that I see in my usual center and in this as something new is that they feel more participative, they are the ones who look for and read information to finish the activity and complete it with my help. " "As a teacher it is a more collaborative learning where everyone contributes to the contents, and less expensive as a teacher in the transmission of concepts for student learning. " "The proposal to work at home the material, dislocates the students, takes them out of what they have lived so far as a teaching-learning process. " “The student is the protagonist and guides his process. "

CONCLUSIONS Flip-it course

CONCLUSIONS Flip-it course

About flipped learning methodology • The active effectiveness methodology participants value the of the

About flipped learning methodology • The active effectiveness methodology participants value the of the flipped learning • Participants highlight the potential of the methodology for students to be protagonist of their learning • The methodology requires more time to prepare (material and planning activities) • Technology is necessary to apply the methodology