Process and Timetable
The Global Standards Project aims to establish an international framework for benchmarking Flipped Learning training and practice worldwide. The process has four stages: Organization, aggregation, framework drafting, and adoption. See details, project timeline, and project updates below:
Organization | October 2017 – February 2018
- Jump start – International Faculty opens global discussion, v.1.0 training standards adopted
- Expanded scope definition – framework for Flipped Learning practices proposed
- Co-chairs selection
- Delegate selection and briefings
Aggregation and Analysis | February – May 2018
- Anonymous submission and open forums
- Call for best practices, aggregation
- Analysis and criteria definition
- Delegate voting
Drafting the Framework | June – August 2018
- Executive committee analysis
- Draft of the proposed standards framework
Adoption | September – October 2018
- Publish for community comments
- Adopt and publish
How to Participate
If you are a designated delegate, you now have access to the Global Standards Project community. We have set up five open-ended surveys to collect your recommendations and five forums where you can discuss all of the proposed standards with other delegates, faculty members, and peers. You should have received email instructions on how to submit recommendations and discuss the options. If you have not received delegate instructions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 18th – Fast track schedule planned for terminology standards.
The Global Standards project leadership team has set an accelerated timeline to complete the definition of an international glossary of terms for the Global Standard Project. Common terms are so essential to the process that completing the definitions of the terms is now priority one. The Flipped Learning terminology timetable will be published by the end of May.