‘Fliplearn Kids’ aims to redefine learning experiences for children through creative use of technology platforms and innovative content delivery to promote internalised learning and remove rote memorisation.

When Ella from Fliplearn Kids contacted Justin Miles asking him to take part in their first international day of connectivity using Microsoft Educations ‘Skype in the Classroom’ platform, Justin didn’t hesitate to get on board as a partner.

In Justin’s first engagement with the ‘Fliplearn Kids’ programme he delivered a series of ‘Skype in the Classroom’ (SITC) sessions throughout a school week, engaging with several classes and since then he’s delivered many more sessions with the Nigerian based organisation, speaking with students and educators about a range of subjects.

One of the key elements of the ‘Fliplearn Kids’ model that Justin has an affinity with is that FlipLearn Kids aims to remove, or at least reduce the requirement for ‘rote memorisation’ in education, which aligns with his convictions that the retention of information is no longer as valid in education as it once was. What is important for success is how information is used:  how to develop future generations of innovators rather than ‘box ticking robots’.

FlipLearn Kids is an exceptional, groundbreaking and thought-leading programme. To find out more about how FlipLearn Kids is changing the face of education please visit the website here.