Power Up: Flipping Your Classes
Flipping Your Classes- online course


Flipping your Classes

NILE and Teacher Training Videos are teaming up again to run the popular PowerUp: Flipping Your Classes course. This is a very popular course with many of the courses in 2018 being completely sold out. In 2016 the course was shortlisted for the British Council ELTons award. Watch this video and find out about the key principles behind the course and why it has provded so popular.

Key Principles Behind the 'Flip your Class' course


'This course blew me away, it was more than I expected on several levels and it really got me charged up to plow ahead with flipping. Without a doubt I will be taking more courses with you so I'll say until the next time'.

Robert Ransley
The Anglo House Academy
Los Santos de Maimona, Spain


Flipping your Classes

It is a short 3 week course with the following format

1) An opening webinar where I present the ideas behind the Flipped Classroom and then take you through the course.
2) Two weeks of online learning supported by videos all made by Russell Stannard.
3) A second webinar where I release the final course assignment
4) Final detailed feedback

The course is limited to 15 places. If you are interested then please apply through the NILE website as they are administering the course. The course includes a free educational version of SnagIT which comes with the course price £175. The start date of the next course is 11th November 2018  and runs for 3 weeks. Click on the link below for more information.

Power Up Flipped Your Class: More information and how to apply





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