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Come Explore the Flipped Learning Network Podcast: Ask the FLN



Got Questions About Flipped Learning? Here's a Great Way to Get Answers and Dig Into Ideas …

The Flipped Learning Network has a podcast and they're inviting teachers everywhere to submit questions that the flipped learning community can explore.

Here are the episodes that have been recorded so far.

  • Episode 0 (“Starting”): Hosts Ken Bauer and Adriana Ortega explain the mechanics of the podcast and some contact information of how to join in the conversation about Flipped Learning at the Flipped Learning Network.
  • Episode 1 with Matthew Moore: Ken and Adriana bring Matthew Moore on this first full episode of the podcast. They answer the questions from the previous podcast and Matthew tells us about the Illinois Flipped and Blended Learning Network conference. They talk about community and context in our approach to flipped learning and Ken gets in-depth on creative commons licenses with some excellent commentary and questions on the topic from both Adriana and Matthew.
  • Episode 2 with David Walsh: Regular co-host Adriana Ortega was busy with some other very important projects so Ken and Matthew Moore shared the hosting duties to bring David Walsh to the podcast to talk mostly about non-linear flip.
  • Episode 3 with Kate Baker:  Ken chats with Kate Baker about her flipped classroom. Kate is a 9th grade English teacher in New Jersey who has been flipping her class for six years, an #edtech advocate, EdModo certified traini, PBS Learning Media Digital Innovator, and a member of the Flipped Learning Network board of directors.

Submitting Questions for Future Episodes of Ask the FLN:

You can submit your questions for the Flipped Learning community via audio or textto askthefln@flippedlearning.org.

If you want to send a question or comment related to an Episode of Ask the FLN, be sure include the episode number in the subject and/or body of your message as well as any contact information such as Twitter handle that you would like us to include.




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