Team Ameba is a research and educational specialist team from the University of Eastern Finland (UEF). Currently, the team has large-scale evidence-based development work (i.e., education and research) of Flipped Classroom/Learning in Higher Education at UEF and Finnish partner universities.
Contact // Website
Þorsteinn teaches Icelandic language and Icelandic literature at Keilir in Iceland. He has been flipping his classroom since 2012 and has taken part in implementing the flipped classroom model at Keilir since then. He has hosted various workshops and given talks on flipping at Keilir and at other schools in Iceland.
Roland is a researcher in the field of technology, pedagogy and learning at the University of Southern Denmark. He is the co-author to the first book on Flipped Learning taking a Danish pedagogical approach and several other contributions to books on the topic. Further being part of a number of research projects regarding Flipped Learning and technology enhanced education, he co-facilitates the website: FlippedLearning.dk
Contact // Website
Hanne-Lene is an adjunct professor at University College South Denmark and works primarilgy with lifelong learning and adult education focusing on pedagogy and didactic of adult learning. She's worked on development projects researching the effects and influence of flipped learning on people with short or no formal education, as well as their motivation and learning abilities. Additionally she works with flipped and blended learning within teacher education.
Contact // YouTube
Lars Holbæk is Lecturer and pedagogical developer at University College South Denmark. Lars is co-developer of the 100% Digital Teacher Education at University College South Denmark and he incorporates elements of Flipped Learning in both his Face-to-face teaching as well as in the virtual, internet based teaching.
Hjördís is an Icelandic language teacher at Keilir Academy and Sund Grammar School in Iceland. She has been using flipped methods since she started teaching in 2013 and is always looking for ways to further develop her methods.
Contact // YouTube // Twitter @hjordisalda
Kristján Ómar is an educational entrepreneur and founder of NÚ, the first Icelandic independent junior high school that emphasizes on flipped learning as well as student autonomy.
Contact // Link // YouTube
Marika is a Researcher and Mathematics Teacher at Turku University School in Finland. She is a leading researcher in flipped learning in Finland and has focused on flipped learning in mathematics. She also manages the webstie www.flippedlearning.fi
Peter is an associate professor at University College South Denmark. He’s the co-author of two books on flipped learning in Denmark and works on implementing the teaching methods that rely on the use information technology in education. He also manages the website www.flippedlearning.dk
Contact // YouTube // Twitter
Ívar is a teacher at Sudurnes Comprehensive College and FLIP teacher of the year 2017 in Iceland: Flipped Learning in Vocational Education and Training.
Sigrún Svafa is a Danish Teacher at Keilir Academy in Iceland. She teaches adults at secondary school level. She has been flipping since 2012 and is constantly developing the teaching methods and trying new things. Her focus is on language teaching and working with adults. She is also a mentor for new teachers in Keilir, guiding them how to start flipping for first time, and working with other teachers develop the teaching methods in the whole school.
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