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Wednesday, June 19 • 8:30am - 9:30am
140-Spotlight on Science

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Open forum & discussion with introduction by subject host for Science. What works best for Science and Flipped Learning?

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Chelsea Campbell

Adjunct Chemistry Professor, Community College of Denver
I have been taught high school and college science for at total of 4 years. I have taught college chemistry and devleopmental math for the last 5 semesters. I have taught the flipped college chemistry class for 3 semesters. I am starting Flipped Mastery spring 2013 semester.
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Sharon Geyer

Science Teacher, Pomfret School
Sharon Geyer is a chemistry teacher at Pomfret School, a co-ed boarding school in the Quiet Corner of Connecticut. She works closely with other science teachers at the school to implement a flipped classroom in both chemistry and physics. Although this is her first year with a flipped classroom, she has been implementing a paperless classroom and teaching chemistry with Mathematica for five of her sixteen years in science education. Sharon earned... Read More →

Wednesday June 19, 2013 8:30am - 9:30am
Science-D216-Media Center D216-Media Center