How to Avoid the 17 Deadly Sins of Flipped Learning Technology Selection

Flipped Learning Technology Selection Course | taught by Jon Bergmann & Raul Santiago

Course description

Nothing can kill a flipped learning program more quickly than the selection of expensive, complex technology that is poorly suited to flipped learning. Education technology graveyards are littered with the remains of tools, programs, and gizmos that teachers couldn't or wouldn't use. If teachers, administrators, IT staff and school districts had only known how to identify the best and simplest technologies for flipped learning. Now they can.

This one-hour, free course was created to empower you with the ability to avoid the 17 biggest mistakes educators routinely make when choosing flipped learning technology. When you're done you'll have the ability to distinguish between the good, the bad and the ugly in flipped learning technology. You'll also receive a certificate to prove that you've been trained in this vital skill.



Jon Bergmann & Raul Santiago
Jon Bergmann & Raul Santiago

Jon Bergmann es uno de los pioneros del movimiento Flipped Learning. Jon está liderando la adopción a nivel mundial del aprendizaje inverso trabajando para ello con gobiernos, escuelas, corporaciones y organizaciones educativas sin afán de lucro. Jon está coordinando o guiando iniciativas de aprendizaje en todo el mundo incluyendo China, Taiwán, Corea, Australia, Singapur, Tailandia, Oriente Medio, Islandia, Suecia, Noruega, Reino Unido, Italia, España, México, Canadá, América del Sur y los Estados Unidos.

Jon es el autor de ocho libros incluyendo el libro más vendido: “Flip Your Classroom” que ha sido traducido a 10 idiomas. Es el fundador de las conferencias globales FlipCon, que son eventos dinámicos y atractivos que inspiran a los educadores a transformar su práctica a través del aprendizaje inverso. Dedicó 24 años a la docencia como profesor de ciencias en educación secundaria antes de convertirse en el director de tecnología en un distrito escolar de Chicago.

Jon es un excelente comunicador que cautiva audiencias en todo el mundo. Tiene una especial habilidad para comprender ideas complejas y hacerlas simples a través de ejemplos y humor. También tiene un programa de radio, “The Flip Side”, y un popular canal de YouTube con más de tres millones de visitas. En 2002, Jon recibió el Presidential Award for Excellence for Math and Science Teaching. En 2010, fue semi-finalista de “Profesor del año” . Además forma parte del consejo asesor para TED-Educación. En 2013, fue nombrado como una de las 10 personas más influyentes del año por Tech & Learning y también fue finalista del Premio Brock Internacional de Educación y ganador del Premio Bammy 2013 presentado por la Academia de Artes y Ciencias de la Educación.

Raúl Santiago , Doctor en Ciencias de la Educación por la Universidad de Navarra. Actualmente es profesor del Área de Didáctica y Organización Escolar en la Universidad de La Rioja. Ha sido Director del Area de Recursos Multimedia de la Fundación de la UR y Director del Centro Superior de Idiomas de la Universidad Pública de Navarra. Ha participado como asesor en proyectos nacionales y europeos sobre aplicaciones de las TIC en la educación. Es director del Master "Máster en Metodologías y Tecnologías Emergentes Aplicadas a la Educación” en el año 2015 fue finalista de los Premios Zapping de la Asociación de Medios Audiovisuales de Barcelona por su portal "eduapps".

Raúl es autor y coautor de entre otros de los siguientes libros; “Formación online guía para proferes universitarios”, "The flipped classroom, como convertir la escuela en un lugar de aprendizaje” “Metodologías Inductivas: El desafío de enseñar mediante el cuestionamiento y los retos” , “Tecnología móvil e innovación en educación: nuevos retos y realidades en el aula” y Learning Analytics: La narración del aprendizaje a través de los datos”

Raúl es el creador de y coordinador de www.theflippedclassroom.es y otros portales como www.eduapps.es , www.competencia.digital y director académico de www.flipconspain.com


Reviews (15)

Javier Tourón

by Javier Tourón
The information is clear and simple. Very informative, offers good ideas for schools and teachers to avoid mistakes that will blame the tech instead their lack of preparation, using their mistakes to justify stay in their comfort zone. Thanks for offering this valuable tool. Best

by Camilo Rodriguez Macias

by Laura Cimetta
Clear & to the point.
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Javier Tourón

by Javier Tourón
The information is clear and simple. Very informative, offers good ideas for schools and teachers to avoid mistakes that will blame the tech instead their lack of preparation, using their mistakes to justify stay in their comfort zone. Thanks for offering this valuable tool. Best

by Camilo Rodriguez Macias

by Laura Cimetta
Clear & to the point.

by Neeraj Saxena
The deadly sins are well explained with good examples. Videos are short and therefore, quite interesting.

Heartache saver

by Hassan Wilson
I wish schools would mandate their technology directors to complete this course. This course will save schools tons of time, money and heartache. As the course grows, I'd like to see more interactivity.

Great!

by Lucia Bartolotti
I think the course is very comprehensive and the points clearly stated. Thank you very much for the opportunity! Lucia Bartolotti (Italy)

Great summary of considerations when revamping technology in schools

by Crystal Caton
A succinct course that gives sound advise on the considerations that must be made when upgrading or changing any technology platform in schools.

Works for Me

by Shelly Moses
Even as someone who has been heavily into tech integration for years, both on the teacher end and the support end. I found this succinct and useful. I even learned a few new gems. So you can teach an old dog new tricks.

I finnish the course

by Julio Alejandro Ramírez Soto
Thanks Jon and to all your team! It was very useful, I took my notes and It made me think about things I have not thought when I've chosen a tool for education. I also was engaged with your storys about been a director in an education institution. Thank you, greetings from Costa Rica

Avoiding deadly sins is effective and efficient

by myron williams
This course provides the basics of how to start using technology in education effectively and efficiently. The teacher provides practical help and suggestions to those who are just starting, as well as though who may be using technology, but want to improve. Well worth the time.

Wish my school had seen this before some of our decisions in the recent past

by john bristow
Course is short, concise, and packed with examples of what not to do--some humorous and some OMG why would someone do that? Packed with knowledge and well worth the hour or so that it takes to go through the videos. Advice: plan on spending 90 minutes or so in a single sitting if possible )if you are doing the course alone). If you are doing this as a group, do three or four videos and then discuss.

Technology Director

by Patricia Watkins
Excellent information; generally helpful when considering improving or increasing technology in your school.

Simple and Concise

by Tom Horsley
Very quick and thorough analysis of the issues involved in making technology decisions.

Great course

by Paul Schwan
Jon, I appreciate your insights. Great job!

Really excellent course!

by Katherine Kerpan
Really excellent course! I loved it!