Smart Do’s and Don’ts in a Flipped Class

MeyerAmanda Meyer (@alynnmeyer) is a High School Biology teacher who has some great recommendations on how to flip your class.  She highlights many mistakes she made and how she solved them.  Listen to this episode of “The Flip Side.”

Listen to all episodes of “The Flip Side” by clicking HERE or click below to listen to just this episode

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ISTE 2014 & Flipped Learning

Flipped LearningAaron Sams and I are headed to the ISTE 2014 Conference in Atlanta this weekend (June 29-July 1 2014).  At the conference our second book:  Flipped Learning Gateway to Student Engagement will be launched.  This book continues where our first book left off.  It will challenge teachers to not just flip their class, but to take their classes deeper and embrace Flipped Learning.

Additionally, we are leading several sessions and would like to invite you to attend.

Time Place Title & Description
Sunday

4:15-5:15

GWCC Murphy Ballroom 3/4 Flip your learning: The intersection of content, curiosity, and relationships
Sunday

2:30-2:45

Techsmith Booth #1615 (Just Aaron) How the Flipped Classroom Puts Classes Right-Side Up  A short explanation about why teachers should consider flipping their classrooms. There will be time for questions afterwards.
Monday

11:00-11:15

Techsmith Booth #1615 How the Flipped Classroom Puts Classes Right-Side Up.  A short explanation about why teachers should consider flipping their classrooms. There will be time for questions afterwards.
Monday

1:30-1:45

Techsmith Booth #1615 How the Flipped Classroom Puts Classes Right-Side Up.  A short explanation about why teachers should consider flipping their classrooms. There will be time for questions afterwards.
Monday

5:15-6:30

GWCC A411 Flipped Learning: Lets Talk:  This is a birds of a feather session where participants will get into groups to discuss how they have (or would like to) flip their classrooms
Tuesday

10:30-10:45

Techsmith Booth #1615 How the Flipped Classroom Puts Classes Right-Side Up.  A short explanation about why teachers should consider flipping their classrooms. There will be time for questions afterwards.

We look forward to seeing you at ISTE 2014 in Atlanta

Watch the Streaming Version of FlipCon14

There is still time to sign up for the streaming version of FlipCon14 (The Flipped Learning Conference).  You can sign up here:  http://www.flippedlearning.org/Page/67  Conference starts tomorrow.

Revisiting a Flipped Urban School

I had a great chance to follow up with Kathy Swanger, a history teacher in Ohio who works in an urban school district.  Listen as she shares the things she is learning as she continues to develop the flipped class model for her students1Swanger.  Listen by going HERE

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