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Jonatan Academie - Bram Faems


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During a MEDEAnet webinar on 21 March 2013, Bram Faems (Jonatan Academie and KlasCement, Belgium) discussed the Jonatan Academie project he started in 2011 in which he flips the flipped classroom …

During a MEDEAnet webinar on 21 March 2013, Bram Faems (Jonatan Academie and KlasCement, Belgium) discussed the Jonatan Academie project he started in 2011 in which he flips the flipped classroom model: the pupils (10-13 years old) teach other kids how to solve mathematical or linguistic problems by creating videos, allowing them to learn in the process of creating the videos.

This webinar was part of the MEDEAnet webinar series, sharing good practices on producing and using educational media. View the recording on

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  • 1. @bramfaems |
  • 2. Flippingthe flipped classroom Lightspeed by ~jjposti1876 on (cc license)
  • 3. Why flip the flipped classroomExperiences with creatingvideo with children (K-12)Flip the teachersTeacher toolkit
  • 4. Flipping the classroomis great but… Still old style teaching Will our learning disabled children learn enough by watching movies?
  • 5. You can onlylearn how to dofractions byeatingchocolate.Lots of it!
  • 6. Crazy little idea
  • 7. Let’s flip the flipped classroom
  • 8. Pupils create the educational movies.Focus on creating, focus on thelearning process instead of theproduct!
  • 9. Script
  • 10. Digitalize and record theirvoice in PowerPoint 2010
  • 11. Save as Windows Mediavideo
  • 12. Publish on YouTube and website Save as Windows Mediavideo
  • 13. How we use video with pupils
  • 14. Create your own movies - live - With Do a live PowerPoint “replay” of the movie Help with individualWatch with work (homethe whole or class)class
  • 15. Teachersreactions
  • 16. Motivation Visual society increases! It asks fordoesn’t feel like visual learning. learning The best way to learn is to teach
  • 17. Movie advice Multiple SHORT (max 3-5 minutes) movies are better than one long movie Use graphics, colors, animations, but keep it simple Speak lively (don’t bore them!)
  • 18. More on the web than cat moviesLife long learners with online content
  • 19. But also:
  • 20. I’m technically unqualifiedI can’t do this with my studentsIt takes too long (my studentsdon’t have enough ICT skills)
  • 21. Go LIVE!Record with camera, smartphoneor tabletRepeat and rehearse with childrenE-mail the results to parents,colleagues. It works!
  • 22. We love to share
  • 23. Sharing outside school walls
  • 24. Teacher toolkit:Worksheets| Lesson plans| IconsEvaluations | Instruction videos| Templates
  • 25. Flip the teacher:flip the workshop
  • 26. Teachers that watched videos beforecoming to class• reported very high satisfaction,• reported large degree of learning,• appreciated personal coaching,• succeeded in creating a movie
  • 27. Teachers that DID NOT watch videosbefore coming to class• reported medium to low satisfaction,• missed a classical explanation,• felt left on their own• rarely succeeded in creating a movie
  • 28. Flipping the workshop isgreat to coach and havepersonalized teaching.BUT: every learner shoulddo preparatory work
  • 29. And now it’s your turn!Visit eng.jonatan.beand start creating moviesTeacher toolbox available before summer