We announce the fifth MEDEAnet webinar “Videos for teaching” on Thursday, 21 March 2013, 4pm CET (5pm Romania) for teachers, educators and trainers interested in developing their own educational media.

This one hour webinar will give you an overview of how you can best integrate videos in your course settings and how it influences the learning behaviour and the learning effects from the learners. A special focus will also be placed on the recent trend to use video to flip the classroom and let the students study the main content already at home so that they can use what they’ve learned to realise concrete exercises & projects during the face-to-face class.

The speakers that MEDEAnet invited are Bram Faems, teacher, ICT Coordinator and deputy school leader in Jonatan Berkenboom and Olaf de Groot, facilitator on De Verdieping at stichting Kennisnet. Bram will present a toolkit he developed for teachers to let students produce their own videos and will also talk about the students’ learning experiences when developing their own videos. Olaf will focus on the new trend of flipping the classroom, how this concept can be integrated in the daily lessons and how it effects the teaching and learning experiences in school.

Following those two short presentations of around 20 min each, participants will be given an opportunity to exchange experiences and to ask questions during a moderated online live chat discussion.

Date: 21 March 2013, 4 - 5pm CET (5-6 pm Romania)

Register now for this webinar HERE. As places are limited, we advise participants to come early.

Please note that the maximum number of participants for this webinar is 50 and participation is free. This webinar will be recorded and published online in the Media & Learning Resources Database.

The event is organized under MedeaNET project and the moderator is Nicoleta Fotiade, Media Education Program coordinator for ActiveWatch.

More information about the webinar and the speakers HERE

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