Date: 22 February 2021, 11:30 – 13:30
Venue: Online via Zoom
Cost: BAISIS Member £80 / BSA Member £100 / each additional participant £25
Audience: All Teaching Staff
Flipped learning is by no means new to teachers, but now that teaching is delivered remotely, there is an imperative to investigate less didactic methods of delivery. Exploring ways that flipped learning might be successfully employed in the online classroom, with EAL learners in mind, Mr Andrew Pritchett will demonstrate some of the advantages of moving the instruction out of the class and spending more time on engaging with the learners in the online classroom. Dr Nathan Mahlmeister will focus on how flipped learning can be used to deliver the science curriculum in an international setting.
Dr Nathan Mahlmeister, Head of Science The Mount, Mill Hill International
After completing an Undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts, Nathan studied at the University of Exeter where he obtained a PhD in Engineering. As part of the Innovative Researchers in Schools programme, Nathan completed his teacher training and taught science at the Hurlingham Academy before joining Mill Hill International where he is the Head of Science and teacher of Physics.
Andrew Pritchett, Head of EAL, The Mount, Mill Hill International
Andrew has 13 years of English and EAL teaching experience in a variety of settings in the UK and internationally, including in Australia and Japan. He holds an MA in TESOL with distinction from the UCL Institute of Education and is currently Head of EAL at Mill Hill International School in North London. His main interests lie in the training of mainstream teachers in EAL techniques and in the teaching of vocabulary and oracy.