Victoria James is a seasoned edtech professional in the Middle East, having previously managed edtech events, regional management of teacher training programmes and most recently joining global edtech startup Edpuzzle as regional manager for the Middle East. Victoria is co-founder of the Wii Edu women in education network, running grassroots events to support women in the profession through events and networking, facilitating conversations to empower professional and personal growth.
17 November 2022 | 10:30 - 10:50 | English | Making the most of video lessons: the unexpected benefits of the flipped classroom
99% of institutions report that teachers use video in their classrooms. 90% of teachers see video as playing a “critical role” in education. 83% of teachers say that the teaching experience is empowered with video lessons. More than 50% of 16-24 year olds watch some kind of instructional video for learning something each week. There are so many benefits to using video lessons in the classroom and at home, but it's not as simple as sending home a YouTube link. In this presentation, learn the many benefits of sharing videos with your class, from engaged learning and personalisation, to differentiation and family support. Victoria will present a number of examples on the power of video lessons and introduce some key advocates who can demonstrate and discuss safe and effective video lessons for the classroom and at home.