The i2Flex Methodology

The learner-centered i2Flex instructional methodology, grounded on social constructivism, and reflecting a more inclusive conceptualization of the K-12 blended learning landscape, facilitates and promotes instructional blends with the purpose of independent, inquiry-based learning, and is defined by a dynamic, thus constantly evolving interaction among such elements as time, pace, place, and mode within a flexible learning design framework.

The learner-centered i2Flex instructional methodology (...) reflecting a more inclusive conceptualization of the K-12 blended learning landscape, facilitates and promotes instructional blends with the purpose of independent, inquiry-based learning (...)

The main goal underlying the implementation of this learner-centered methodology in systematic, pedagogically sound ways, is the development of higher order cognitive skills as these have been specified in Bloom’s revised Taxonomy.

i2Flex aims at cultivating and expanding students' 21st century skills, while empowering them to function as architects of their own learning (per the ACS Athens’ vision), and at the same time facilitating their successful preparation for their higher education studies, as well as their future roles both as professionals, and global citizens.