Many of today’s classrooms incorporate elements of flipped and remote learning. But without an understanding of the proper tools, flipped or remote learning can pose a huge strain on both teachers and students. Throughout this course, we will delve into the best EdTech tools from around the world and especially Finland. We will break down each tool shown with step by step instructions so that you will gain the confidence and knowledge to use it in your own classroom. Rather than sitting around, participants will use the tools throughout the course, engaging in fun and active learning.
Concept by: Marcus Sheehan
Participants to the course will be able to:
- Create a flipped classroom and its benefits;
- Get to know numerous EdTech tools that can assist in a remote/flipped learning environment
- Give a detailed look at how to set up these tools for your class
- Learn through play approach with all the EdTech tools presented in the course.
Day 1 – Course introduction
- Introduction to the course, the school, and the external week activities.
- Icebreaker activities.
- Presentations of the participants’ schools.
Day 2 – Creating a meaningful classroom environment & Essential Nordic math
Creating a meaningful classroom environment
- How to create a flipped classroom and how to create a better remote learning experience for your students.
Essential Nordic math tools in a remote/flipped classroom
- We will delve into some fantastic EdTech math tools from the Nordics that are designed to assist your students through fun and games.
Day 3 – Remote/flipped learning essentials
- We will look at a few essential EdTech tools that are necessary for setting up your new classroom and how to set these up.
Day 4 – Finnish EdTech and remote/flipped learning
- We will look at a few great Finnish EdTech tools that have helped Finland to become the top country in education and wellbeing
Day 5 – Project-based learning
- Remote learning doesn’t always need to be bookwork. This lesson will show how we can create meaningful projects for the students to work on at school or home.
Day 6 – Course closure & excursion
- Course evaluation: round-up of acquired competencies, feedback, and discussion.
- Awarding of the course Certificate of Attendance.
- Excursion and other external cultural activities.
The schedule describes likely activities but may differ significantly based on the trainer delivering the specific session and the requests of the participants.
If you would like to discuss a specific topic, please indicate it at least 4 weeks in advance. Course modifications are subject to the trainer’s discretion.
The number and schedule of the cultural activities depend on the location, not the course; further information is available on each location webpage. The trainer will send you the definitive course schedule approximately two weeks before the course.