Three Lessons from Flipped Learning in Higher Education
Jon Bergmann andIngibjörg B. Frímannsdóttir
Our guest is flipping a class of students studying to be teachers. Much of what she is learning is applicable to all flipped classrooms.
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May 8, 2015 Flipped Learning Worldwide
Ingibjörg B. Frímannsdóttir ([email protected] ) is an Assistant Professor at the School of Education in University of Iceland. She has a master degree in linguistic. Her expertise is Applied Linguistics with emphasis on phonetics, elocution, spoken and written language. Ingibjörg has supervised onsite and distance courses for 20 years and has worked on the development of modern teaching methods.
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