Today’s Open Education Week focus at the OER Research Hub (OERRH) is on Flipped Learning.
One of the OERRH’s research collaborations is the Flipped Learning Network (FLN), a community of teachers whose mission is ‘to provide educators with the knowledge, skills and resources to successfully implement Flipped Learning’. Together, we have been working on finding out about K12 teachers’ use of free online resources in the context of the flipped classroom.
A commonly asked question is: how open is the flipped learning community? The view taken by OERRH researcher, Bea de los Arcos, is that K12 teachers engaged in flipped learning are also engaged, for the most part, in open practice, but they need to spell it out clearer for the rest of the world. Bea discusses some of this in a recent blog post.
Today, our project would like to draw attention to an infographic – Using, creating and sharing free online resources in a flipped classroom. This infographic is based on the results of a survey that the OERRH conducted to find out how flipped educators are using and thinking about open educational resources (OER).