On 12-June-2018, in the premises of SZÁMALK-Szalézi Secondary School, Budapest, the closing conference was held, where participants had the opportunity to share their experiences of the online course on the flipped classroom method.

After the welcome speech of Ildikó Dr. Sediviné Balassa representing the host organization, the coordinator of the Flip-IT! project, Mária hartyányi, Managing Director of iTStudy Hungary opened the events, summarizing the project results to date.

A multiplier event of the Flip-IT! project was held on 29 November 2017 in the Campus of Villaviciosa de Odón of Universidad Europea de Madrid.

The aim of the event was to inform Spanish teachers and trainers about the objectives and outcomes of the project, as well as, to encourage them to participate in the pilot course developed in the project.

On 19-Feb-2018 we organised an event where we presented information about the online course, demonstrated its structure and gave guidance about the registration process to the community of teachers who intended to take part in the experiment.

The event was hosted by SZÁMALK-Szalézi Secondary School in Budapest. The majority of the participants were teachers from all around Hungary, but headmasters and other professionals also attended. 

The recruitment event was hosted by SZÁMALK-Szalézi Secondary School in Budapest, on 15th November 2016. The participants had the opportunity to get familiar with and pratice using several innovative educational  ICT tools in two groups. Group leaders gave practical advise on how to select subject, topics that are best suitable as a basis for creating motivating digital learning material. They were introduced to applications such as Biteable video maker, Kahoot!, Movie Maker, Prezi, PowToon and more, and also had a presentation on copyright issues, creative commons principles.

The first multiplication event of the Flip-IT! project was held on 17th May 2016, in the premises of Számalk-Szalézi Secondary school, in Budapest, Hungary.

The consultation was built around a flipped method, so all participants could experience the opportunities, benefits and challenges of the flipped classroom method.