So you’ve decided to flip your classroom and have created some great video content. How do you now ensure that the students are getting the most out of a flipped classroom? How do you get their buy-in and keep them engaged?
To talk about this and more, EduTECH Asia has invited Ken Sell, Head of School, Aoba-Japan International School (AJIS), who will share an in-depth case study how he with his leadership team are going beyond “flipping the classroom” to “flipping the school”.
Focused on investing in professional capital to create the conditions for a successful transformation, Ken and his team are conceptualizing, designing and implementing a new “blended learning model” to transform the teaching and learning at AJIS so it aligns with the 21st century learning and supports Japanese education reforms.
Ken has been an educator in a diverse range of educational settings over several decades with experiences in teaching and leadership from Kindergarten through to University. Having worked in Australia, Norway and China, Ken is currently heading AJIS. Throughout his career, Ken has been reflective practitioner combining research and experience to inform innovation in the educational setting he has worked in.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to meet and learn from Ken and other world renowned education experts from institutions such as United Nations International School, Hanoi, Kaohsiung American School, Taiwan, International School of Kuala Lumpur and more at EduTECH Asia 2016.