In 2014 we introduced a new and dynamic presentation format, i.e. Flipping the Session. In these sessions, the results and findings of a study will be discussed in a more dynamic and interactive manner, using video/narrated slides combined with in-depth and highly interactive face-to-face sessions.
Below you can watch the submission of this year.
F1 – Flexible learning trajectories: opportunities to meet the diversity in the student population
Machteld Vandecandelaere & Naomi van den Branden, University of Leuven.
F2 – A project of using flipped classroom methods in the entire university
Kati Mäkitalo-Siegl et al.
F3 – Knowledge building and parental involvement
Joan Van den Ende, Hennie van Heijst & Frank de Jong
EXAMPLES OF LAST YEAR
Language developing teacher learning in Socratic dialogue
Fenna Swart – InHolland, the Netherlands
Knezic, J. Onstenk & R. De Graaff – University of Utrecht, the Netherlands
Video Teaching and Weblectures
Zac Woolfitt – InHolland, the Netherlands
Weblectures and Concept Mapping
Richard Kragten – Inholland, the Netherlands
Learning with pre-recorded weblectures
Iris Sutherland – Inholland, the Netherlands
Teachers as Designers
Tjark Huizinga, Jolise ‘t Mannetje & Mark Gellevij – Saxion University of Applied Science, the Netherlands
Tjark Huizinga, Karin Truijen, Mark Gellevij & Kariene Mittendorff – Saxion University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands
Dutch Care Innovation Units
Miranda Snoeren & Marja Legius – Fontys University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands