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Virtual Attendees and Onsite Attendees: Access to session virtual archive is now available: https://flippedlearning.eduvision.tv/Default.aspx  1. Log in* -   username:  your email* password:  flipcon13 2. Below the video on the default page is a channel drop down menu. 3. Click on 2013 Fipped Conference You will see all the videos available for your viewing.  Presenter resources are available by clicking on the link in the description.

* If you registered after June 11, you were asked to setup your own login credentials that you will use to access the videos. 

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Saturday, June 15
 

3:00pm

499-Pre-Conference Workshop Feedback Form
Click on the link below to provide feedback for the Pre-Conference Workshop.

http://goo.gl/aMDrt

 

Saturday June 15, 2013 3:00pm - 4:00pm
TBA

4:00pm

500- Certificate of Attendance & Conference Feedback Form
Complete the conference feedback form to receive a certificate of attendance after the conference ends. The Certificate of Attendance will be emailed to you. Complete the feedback form by 7-19-2013.

http://goo.gl/bmjtv 

Saturday June 15, 2013 4:00pm - 4:00pm
TBA

5:00pm

Flip Reflect: Add your -5-5-5-5 plan
1.Add your reflection 5-5-5-5 here

bit.ly/FlipReflect

2.View the results here:
 
 

Saturday June 15, 2013 5:00pm - 5:30pm
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Sunday, June 16
 

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~1-Session Video Archive Available - June 24 thru Dec 31,2013 -
Video Sessions (3 keynotes + 25 sessions) will be available around June 24th at 
flippedlearning.eduvision.tv/ 

On main page, below the video, next to "All Channels", click down arrow for channel listing:
  • channel: 2013 Flipped Conference
  • user name:  your main email address 
  • password: flipcon13
Those that registered for the virtual conference after June11 were asked to setup your own username and password - use those credentials for session archive access.

Sunday June 16, 2013 TBA
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~Presenter Resources (All) - MentorMob Playlists
All Concurrent Session Speaker Resources are available via Mentor Mob playlists.  Each session description contains a link to the individual presenters resources.

Each playlist also contains a feedback form for the session.  Please provide feedback for each session that you attend. 

Master List of all resources:
http://www.mentormob.com/categories/tagHome/flipcon13/0/alpha

Sunday June 16, 2013 TBA
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Graduate Credit Available for FlipCon13 and corresponding online course
Limited Capacity seats available

Graduate Credit is available ($300 - 2 semester credits) for your participation in and completion of the new course: "Flipped Learning - Transforming Teaching and Learning" offered through Hamline University's School of Education Department of Continuing Studies in St. Paul, MN.

Reserve your seat
Download and complete the Graduate Credit Application form, and send check and application to address provided to Hamline University to reserve your seat.

If seats are available, onsite registration will be available- bring the signed Graduate Credit Application form with a check for $300 made out to Hamline University to the Registration area at flipcon13.  See either Helen Lazzaro or Kris Bergmann. 

This graduate course combines your Flipped Conference 2013 experience with a 4 week online component for a thorough investigation of Flipped Learning and will leave you with a solid understanding of how you can apply what you've learned to your classroom.

Course Description:

“Flipped Learning - Transforming Teaching and Learning” is designed to introduce teachers to or advance teachers’ current understanding of Flipped Learning. Flipped Learning is a set of professional practices and decisions that transform a traditional classroom into a student-centered learning environment. Flipped Learning encompasses all aspects of teaching and is based on 4 pillars: Flexible Environment, Learning Culture, Intentional Content, and Professional Educator.

Teachers participating in this course will have the opportunity to learn from practicing teachers in emerging and established categories. Modules include: getting started skills, tools of the trade, assessment, screencasting, collaborative learning, mastery learning, inquiry based learning, project based learning, research and literature review.  The research module will provide results from pilot studies, literature review focusing on Flipped Learning and results, and research results. Teachers can participate in a moderated subject specific collaborative session that can be used to improve their teaching practices and learn from practicing teachers.

Most importantly, participants will learn of specific things they can do in their classrooms to create a more student centered learning environment. They will make connections with other professionals and have the opportunity to engage in professional discussion about teaching and learning. Teachers will be asked to expand their Professional Learning Network (PLN) by joining Flipped Learning community groups specific to the conference, the Flipped Learning course, as well as groups that pertain to their subject area.



Moderators
avatar for Kristin Daniels

Kristin Daniels

Innovation Coordinator, Cambridge-Isanti Schools
I am a former classroom teacher (middle school science) who transitioned into a technology integration role in 2006. My passions are collaboration and innovation in the hopes of helping teachers to shift their thinking towards creating more student-centered classrooms and schools. I have a B.A in Psychology from Northwestern University and an M.Ed in Elementary Education from DePaul University. I have been “flipping” professional... Read More →


Sunday June 16, 2013 TBA
Graduate Credit Graduate Credit

8:00pm

Message Board, Reflections- http://bit.ly/13flipcon
http://bit.ly/13flipcon

Share  your comments, relevant links, funny anecdotes, thoughtful reflections, and  other running commentary.

Consider this your back channel, first channel, channel to other flippers. It’s the “lost and found box” for the 6th annual flipped conference. Add as you wish!

Sunday June 16, 2013 8:00pm - 8:30pm
TBA
 
Monday, June 17
 

TBA

Workshop - Pre-Conference Assignment-Install Camtasia and Snagit (30 day Trial)

Week of June 10th:

Download and install the 30 day trial software for both Camtasia and Snagit one week or so before the workshop.  You will receive your license key shortly after attending the workshop.

Step by step instructions and links are provided in the mentormob playlist:  http://bit.ly/Camtasia-install

Complimentary License:
You will receive a complimentary license for Camtasia Studio for MAC or for PC, and a complimentary license for Snag-it for your use.  The license key will be sent to you within 2 weeks after the conference.
1. Bring your MAC or PC laptop to the workshop.
2. Please download and install Camtasia Studio and Snagit trial software prior to attending the workshop.  
3. Step by step instructions and links are provided in the mentormob playlist:
http://bit.ly/Camtasia-install

The FlipCon13 Pre-Conference goals are to help everyone successfully work through how to use Snagit and Camtasia to record your computer screen, explore a number of enhancement features, and then understand how to produce and share your videos with your students.  We will work through some sample projects, using both Snagit and Camtasia to capture images and video.  A lot of the same content will be covered in both the “no experience” and “some experience” sessions, but the level of detail and pace of the class may be slightly different.  Come ready to learn, ask questions, and build confidence in creating instructional videos with Snagit and Camtasia.  

To help “flip” the pre-conference, please take time prior to June 17th to view some of the free Snagit and Camtasia tutorials on our TechSmith website:  http://www.techsmith.com/tutorial.html   This is not mandatory, but highly recommended, to ensure that you get as much out of the pre-conference as possible. 

An important reminder to all pre-conference attendees:  IN ORDER TO FULLY PARTICIPATE IN THIS WORKSHOP, YOU WILL NEED TO BRING A LAPTOP RUNNING A FULL WINDOWS OR MAC OPERATING SYSTEM, NOT JUST AN iPAD OR OTHER TABLET! 

 


Monday June 17, 2013 TBA
Workshop tbd

9:30am

Workshop-Camtasia & Snagit - No Experience
No Experience with Camtasia:

Getting Started with Camtasia and Snagit for PC or MAC 



The FlipCon13 Pre-Conference goals are to help everyone successfully work through how to use Snagit and Camtasia to record your computer screen, explore a number of enhancement features, and then understand how to produce and share your videos with your students.  We will work through some sample projects, using both Snagit and Camtasia to capture images and video.  A lot of the same content will be covered in both the “no experience” and “some experience” sessions, but the level of detail and pace of the class may be slightly different.  Come ready to learn, ask questions, and build confidence in creating instructional videos with Snagit and Camtasia.  



To help “flip” the pre-conference, please take time prior to June 17th to view some of the free Snagit and Camtasia tutorials on our TechSmith website:  http://www.techsmith.com/tutorial.html   This is not mandatory, but highly recommended, to ensure that you get as much out of the pre-conference as possible.  



An important reminder to all pre-conference attendees:  IN ORDER TO FULLY PARTICIPATE IN THIS WORKSHOP, YOU WILL NEED TO BRING A LAPTOP RUNNING A FULL WINDOWS OR MAC OPERATING SYSTEM, NOT JUST AN iPAD OR OTHER TABLET! 





Some Experience with Camtasia:

Learn some tips, tricks and advanced features of Camtasia.

Moderators
avatar for Ryan Eash

Ryan Eash

Customer Success Manager, TechSmith Corporation
I'm responsible for ensuring successful customer adoption of TechSmith solutions; the makers of Snagit and Camtasia. I've been with TechSmith since 2007, and provide training opportunities both online and in-person. Prior to TechSmith, I taught for 10 years in the elementary grades through higher-ed. I love working with people, and seeing their excitement when they learn something new that they can then use to improve learning for others.
avatar for Dave McCollom

Dave McCollom

Education Evangelist, TechSmith
Dave McCollom is the Education Evangelist for TechSmith.  He works closely with users around the globe, specifically focusing on the educational markets. In his position, he conducts ongoing and direct conversations with customers in order to influence continuous product improvement. His outreach to the educational community includes attending conferences both in the U.S. and abroad as well as visiting schools and classrooms for... Read More →

Monday June 17, 2013 9:30am - 4:30pm
Workshop tbd

9:30am

Workshop-Camtasia & Snagit - Some experience
Some Experience with Camtasia:

Learn some tips, tricks and advanced features of Camtasia.

 The FlipCon13 Pre-Conference goals are to help everyone successfully work through how to use Snagit and Camtasia to record your computer screen, explore a number of enhancement features, and then understand how to produce and share your videos with your students.  We will work through some sample projects, using both Snagit and Camtasia to capture images and video.  A lot of the same content will be covered in both the “no experience” and “some experience” sessions, but the level of detail and pace of the class may be slightly different.  Come ready to learn, ask questions, and build confidence in creating instructional videos with Snagit and Camtasia. 



To help “flip” the pre-conference, please take time prior to June 17th to view some of the free Snagit and Camtasia tutorials on our TechSmith website:  http://www.techsmith.com/tutorial.html   This is not mandatory, but highly recommended, to ensure that you get as much out of the pre-conference as possible.  



An important reminder to all pre-conference attendees:  IN ORDER TO FULLY PARTICIPATE IN THIS WORKSHOP, YOU WILL NEED TO BRING A LAPTOP RUNNING A FULL WINDOWS OR MAC OPERATING SYSTEM, NOT JUST AN iPAD OR OTHER TABLET! 








Monday June 17, 2013 9:30am - 4:30pm
Workshop tbd
 
Tuesday, June 18
 

9:00am

10:45am

F1-#Flipclass + Google Apps = Perfect Together

The Flipped Classroom centers on the idea that learning isn’t confined to the classroom.  Therefore, you need to utilize a system that allows students to complete assignments whenever they are ready, whether it be in the classroom, in their bedrooms or even on the school bus.  With the increase of mobile technology, Google has the perfect combination of applications that allow for learning and assessment to occur any time.  In this session, participants will learn how to set up their Google accounts to use with students, to share documents, to collaborate on documents with students, and to streamline their grading using simple tools already built into GApps.  No experience with Google Apps is required, but users are encouraged to have a Gmail account before arriving.


Speakers
avatar for Marc Seigel

Marc Seigel

Teacher, Middletown HS South
Marc Seigel started his career teaching chemistry in 2000 at a Magnet School in New Jersey. Fourteen years and a few role changes later, he is in his fourth year using the Flipped Classroom model of instruction in the Chemistry classroom. Marc has spoken at several conferences including EdcampPhilly, Edcamp Leadership, the NJSTA conference and the 2012 & 2013 Flipped Classroom Conferencse. He has run workshops on “flipping” in PA, NY and NH... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 10:45am - 11:45am
Featured Speaker Sessions D205 D205

10:45am

19-Research-Based Flipped Learning Model Techniques
Several flipped model lecture techniques are examined through quasi-experimental methods in an undergraduate economics course (Spring 2013) to ascertain the impact on learning outcomes. This presentation will discuss preliminary results of: chunking pre-made videos, temporal placement of online assessments, lecture capture videos, in-class feedback/activity modules, and the full flipping model. Data will include statistical comparisons of assessments to show any discovered impact on immediate and long-term learning outcomes, and tracking statistics from Blackboard regarding usage patterns of the online videos. The presenter(s) will discuss experimental techniques and statistical methods employed and the overall impact of the experiments according to the professor. Practical implications of this research and suggestions for further research will be presented.

Speakers
DH

David Harrison

Instructional Designer
I’ve been working as an instructional designer and educational technologist for several years in public and private higher education and hold certifications in online learning and course design. A doctoral student in Instructional Design and Technology, I specialize in online and blended learning in higher education, in addition to training and assisting professors with online pedagogies at my home university, the University of Nevada, Reno and... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 10:45am - 11:45am
Higher Education-D204 D204

10:45am

35-Adding Game Based Learning to a Flipped Classroom

The flipping approach has evolved and teachers are hungry for more than just videos to add to their content library. In this presentation, I will share a multitude of resources for using Game Based Learning with flipped content. From simple game based homework activities to restructuring a teacher website or LMS to include a game based framework for the resource library, we will briefly explore the whole spectrum. Participants will also leave with many resources and to continue exploration.


Speakers
avatar for Corey Papastathis

Corey Papastathis

Instructional Coach - Educational Technology
My first implementation of flipped classroom methods didn't actually move any content delivery outside of class time. I used these strategies to clone myself while teaching computer forensics and computer game design. I implemented mastery learning and had students moving through the curriculum at their own pace. With students at many different points in the curriculum, I found it benefited them greatly for me to create digital content... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 10:45am - 11:45am
What's Next & Global-E204 E204

10:45am

6-Unveiling of the Literature Review on Flipped Learning

Released in May, the FLN and Pearson’s Center for Educator Effectiveness conducted a literature review on Flipped Learning, the first analysis done on the topic. With research support from George Mason University and the FLN’s Research Committee, this comprehensive review looks at the history, discusses implementations in Clintondale (MI), Woodland Park (CO) and Byron (MN), covers results in K-12 and higher education, and concludes with concerns. Separate sections were written for teachers, administrators and parents. PDFs of the entire Literature Review, an easy-to-digest White Paper, and two-page executive summary are available for free at flippedlearning.org (release date May, 2013.)


Speakers
avatar for Kari Arfstrom

Kari Arfstrom

Executive Director, Flipped Learning Network
See you at FlipCon13!!
avatar for Troy Faulkner

Troy Faulkner

Mathematics Teacher, Byron High School
Troy Faulkner has been teaching mathematics for 25 years. Troy implemented the Peer Instruction Flipped Learning model three and half years ago and has a total of five years of experience in the flipped classroom. Troy and his department have had numerous national and international articles published about their flipped learning and textbook free curriculum. Troy co-authored a chapter on the Peer Instruction Flipped Learning model for book... Read More →
KM

Katherine McKnight

Pearson’s Center for Educator Effectiveness


Tuesday June 18, 2013 10:45am - 11:45am
Research - E 202 E202

10:45am

31-Flip or Flop: Moodle and the Mastery Classroom
The biggest obstacle to developing and managing a mastery-based classroom is the management of data. Moodle, a learning management system, has a variety of tools that can effectively facilitate the administration, distribution, and management of a mastery learning model. The presentation will focus on sharing the successes and failures of Moodle in implementing mastery learning in a high school chemistry course. Additionally, resources will be shared as to the benefit of developing a mastery learning module for students and how it has philosophically changed the purpose of teaching my high school chemistry courses.

Speakers
CL

Chris Luker

Teacher, Highland Local School
My chemistry classes have been flipped for the past six years. During the six years, I have had some version of the flipped classroom in both honors and regular chemistry classes, and for the past three years, both courses have been flipped for mastery, I'm in my tenth year of teaching and have been teaching all levels of chemistry (college prep, honors, AP) as well as freshmen physical science.


Tuesday June 18, 2013 10:45am - 11:45am
Tools of the Trade-E205-213 E205-213

10:45am

46-Puttin' the Parts Together

Confused about how to incorporate the "Flip" in the age of Standards Based Grades while pushing towards Asynchronous Mastery Learning? How about making this all work with high-stakes testing or new standards in the elementary level? Sound too imposing? Come hear some ways it all of these seemly disparate ideas can come together and flourish.

I have taught upper elementary for 22 years, and I have employed the Flipped Class paradigm for the last two across the curriculum. In this session, I will share ideas strategies and resources that have worked well for me as well as encourage the asking of questions about how to integrate all of these parts into a cohesive whole (while retaining your sanity).5


Speakers
avatar for Doug Hinkle

Doug Hinkle

5th Grade Teacher, The daVinci Academy
Doug has taught 5th grade in D20 for the past 24 years.   He was one of the first elementary educators in the nation to use the flipped classroom idea, starting with math.  In doing this he was able to completely individualize and differentiate for students of all abilities and levels and give more personalized instruction to all students.  Doug has a Master’s Degree in gifted and talented.  He collaborated with our current TAG teacher... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 10:45am - 11:45am
Mastery Learning Plus- D206 D206

10:45am

51-I Want to Flip... Now What?
This presentation will discuss things that need to be considered before moving forward with a flipped classroom. Moving to a flipped classroom is going to be a new experience for your students, and whenever people encounter something new and different, there might be pushback. Here we will talk about some potential issues that you may face when you decide to flip your classroom. Moving to a flipped classroom will also require you to rethink your learning space. You no longer will need to use the traditional row model to set up your class… what else can you change? How are you going to set up your flipped class? Is it still going to be teacher centered or are you doing this to move to a more student centered approach? Where do you want your flipped class to go? The flip is only the first step.

Speakers
avatar for Eric Watt

Eric Watt

Chemistry Teacher, Carmel Catholic High School
My name is Eric Watt and I have been teaching science for eight years. I have taught biology, chemistry, physics, physical science and zoology. I began using mastery learning in my classroom four years ago. This is my second year implementing a flipped classroom with a mastery approach to it. I was exposed to the idea of a flipped classroom while doing research for my Master’s degree in Educational Administration. I have presented on the... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 10:45am - 11:45am
New to Flipped Learning-C207-217 C207-217

10:45am

110-Spotlight on English Language Arts
Open forum & discussion with introduction by subject host for English Language Arts. What works best for ELA and Flipped Learning?

Moderators
avatar for April Gudenrath

April Gudenrath

Educator, Discovery Canyon High School
April Gudenrath has been part of the Flipped movement for over six years. She has consulted around the world for schools on how to best use their class time. She is also a published author on this subject. Currently she teaches in the IB Senior English and Theory of Knowledge programmes as well as an Area Vocational English class in Colorado Springs, CO.
avatar for Amie Trahan

Amie Trahan

Teacher, Vandebilt Catholic High School
Amie M. Trahan, 8th grade Honors ELA and 12th grade skills English teacher @ Vandebilt Catholic High School in Houma, LA. • Happily married for 20 years, have 1 daughter who will be a junior and driving soon.• I’ve been teaching for 18 years, 3 years public school, 15 years parochial school. • 1-1 iPad school 4 years; 20-27 students in my classes • This is my 4th year flipping in ELA. I am passionate about my students, my curriculum... Read More →

Tuesday June 18, 2013 10:45am - 11:45am
English Language Arts-D216- Media Center D216- Media Center

10:45am

A1-How to "BE THE CHANGE" in a Flipped Environment

Informative and inspirational session will open new doors of thought which will encourage traditional school teachers, librarians and administrators to embrace the opportunities of the newest technology.  This session will examine how to enhance blended learning, student-led learning and features collaborative ideas for flipped teachers and librarians.  Discover how to be the change – and advance your school and library into the amazing future!


Speakers
avatar for Randal Heise

Randal Heise

President, Mackin Educational Resources
Randal Heise, along with his wife Kitty, created Mackin Educational Resources 28 years ago with the purpose of creating a cutting-edge business with custom service that fulfills the needs of school librarians and teachers at the highest level. He has been a lifelong advocate of proactive librarianship and is actively involved in providing the right tools for teachers and administrators to better their position in the educational school... Read More →
avatar for Shannon McClintock Miller

Shannon McClintock Miller

Teacher Librarian Consultant, Speaker, & Author, Teacher Librarian Consultant, Speaker, & Author
Shannon, a mom of three wonderful children, is a teacher librarian and technology integration specialist. She is an educational consultant for Mackin Educational Resources, Director of School and Library Strategy for In This Together Media and Executive Director of Library & Educational Services for Biblionasium. | | She speaks and consults in Iowa and around the country on education, librarianship, technology, social media, and making a... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 10:45am - 11:45am
Showcase A - C214 C214

10:45am

A2-Demystify flipped learning for your parents

The flipped classroom is very different from what most parents have experienced in school. So, they may not understand the purpose, reasoning, or need behind the changes required to implement flipped learning.  That’s why it’s critical to inform parents in advance of the changes and help them understand how to appropriately support student success in the flipped model. In this session, you will hear from a teacher who has successfully implemented a flipped learning environment and collaboratively works with parents to support her students. 


Speakers
avatar for Kathryn Lanier

Kathryn Lanier

Teacher, Allen ISD
Katie Lanier & Dena Leggett - This is Katie’s second year of flipping on grade level physics. She has taught various levels of physics for nine years. She also taught two years of elementary math and science. Dena was the pioneer “flipper” at Allen, casting vision during professional development in 2011. This is the third year of flipping for Dena. She has been teaching PreAP, AP, and IB Chemistry at Allen High School for 12 years. Dena... Read More →
DL

Dena Leggett, PhD

Science Teacher, Allen High School
Dena was the pioneer “flipper” at Allen, casting vision for the school during professional development in 2011. This is the third year of flipping for Dena. She has been teaching PreAP, AP, and IB Chemistry at Allen High School for 12 years. Dena began her teaching career over 25 years ago as a college professor. She often teaches at the junior college and is looking forward to using the flipped approach in those classes. Dena has led flipped... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 10:45am - 11:45am
Showcase B-C216 C216

1:15pm

F2-Collaborative Flipping

Our presentation will start with a brief description of why we decided to collaborate to create a new pre-calculus class using the flip class model. We will take attendees on our journey through creating our new course. We will share our new class format which incorporates our modified version of problem based learning, higher level thinking skill projects, differentiated learning projects, discovery learning projects, and samples of student work. We will share a sample of our collaborative instructional videos, our anticipatory videos which provide opening questions that guide each unit, and short interviews with our students as they reflect on the flip class. We will discuss obstacles we have faced along with some unexpected observations. We will end with a short preview of our next collaborative project.


Speakers
ZC

Zach Cresswell

Zach Cresswell has been teaching secondary math for two years. He has been using flip class for two years in both geometry and precalculus.
avatar for Steve Kelly

Steve Kelly

Teacher, St. Louis High School
Steve Kelly has been teaching secondary math and science for the last 23 years. He has been using the flip class for algebra II and pre-clculus for the past 2 years.


Tuesday June 18, 2013 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Featured Speaker Sessions D205 D205

1:15pm

23-YouTube Interactive
One of the criticisms of learning via video is the passive position of the student-receiver. There are opportunities to invite viewers to interact with video! In this session, the audience will be introduced to YouTube interactive markers – built-in features that allow a teacher to pause instruction and/or ask students to make intentional choices as they progress through material.

Speakers
avatar for Jac de Haan

Jac de Haan

ID, Google
Jac is an instructional designer focused on providing Google engineers and the world with relevant and timely technical content, learning resources and tools. | | Prior to joining Google in 2013, Jac was a K-8 classroom teacher and technology integration coordinator specializing in adolescent digital identity development and authentic learning environments. He is a nationally-recognized edtech blogger and is an advisor for SxSWedu, FlipCon... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Tools of the Trade-E205-213 E205-213

1:15pm

37-Using Technologies and Groups to Enhance Individualized, Active Learning

Explore the effect of technology and group work on active learning, individualized instruction, and problem solving and communication skills. Be able to accommodate multiple learning styles and put students in charge of their education. Help every student individually, every class.

Planned Outcomes:
Instructors will learn strategies to enable the following outcomes:
Students become more engaged in material (active learning).
Instructor shifts responsibility for education to student.
All material is covered on time.
Individualizes instruction
Addresses multiple learning styles.
Students learn traits desired by employers.
communication –written and oral
work in groups
solve problems
show initiative
computer skills


Speakers
avatar for Elaine Kohrman

Elaine Kohrman

Assistant Professor, Somerset Community College
Elaine Kohrman is an assistant professor at Somerset Community College in Somerset, KY. I have been a biology instructor for 6 years, lately specializing in Human Anatomy and Physiology. I have flipped my Human Anatomy and Physiology I course the past semester and am flipping both my Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II courses this semester. I am the “official” moderator of the Anatomy and Physiology Teachers Group on the Flipped Network... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Higher Education-D204 D204

1:15pm

47-Flipping your classroom with Peer Instruction: How to turn your students' worlds right side up

Instructors all over the globe are turning their students' worlds right side up by flipping their classrooms. In a flipped class, teachers typically move information coverage out of formal class meetings so that they can better leverage in-class time to address student difficulties or misconceptions. Flipped learning is much more than watching videos and doing homework in class. In this session, Dr. Julie Schell will introduce one research-based flipped method called Peer Instruction. A primary goal of Peer Instruction is to radically transform students’ in-class experiences. Originally developed for use in college physics at Harvard University, thousands of teachers currently use Peer Instruction in many disciplines with many different age groups, all over the world. Participants of this session will learn how flipped learning with Peer Instruction works, participate in a live demonstration, and test out different types of classroom response systems, from low-tech options to state-of-the art learning technologies.


Speakers
avatar for Julie Schell

Julie Schell

Senior Research Associate, Harvard University
Dr. Julie Schell is the senior educational researcher within the Mazur Group of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University and an instructional designer at the Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Texas at Austin. She studies innovative ways to flip classrooms in diverse contexts, such as disciplines, institutional types, and geographic locations.  She is an expert in innovative flipped learning and... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Research - E 202 E202

1:15pm

72-Flipped learning in the diverse classroom

Students different ways of learning is a great challenge for teachers in our schools. Students enter the school system with very differing abilities, prerequisites and experiences. The last couple of years the results I Sweden concerning language acquisition at large and, more specifically, literacy has decreased. The use of ICT in society is increasing rapidly. Schools are having difficulties coping with this challenge. It is of great importance that the schools meet its students on their arena, i e use the new technology as possible ways to enhance and redefine learning in comparison to more traditional teaching methods.
In Sweden, flipped learning is still a fairly new phenomenon. In the municipality of Halmstad there are a few teachers that have seen the advantages of the Flipped Classroom. We would like to share how flipped learning could be an answer to reaching our diverse group of students.


Speakers
avatar for Erica Eklöf

Erica Eklöf

Special education teacher, Resourcecenter Kärnhuset
Johanna Kristens & Erica Eklof are a team consisting of a speech and language pathologist and a special education teacher who work with school develpoment issues mainly focusing on language acquisition and ICT. We have since last year met and explored the Flipped classroom thoughout working with school development on different levels in the school system.
avatar for Johanna Kristensson

Johanna Kristensson

Speech and language pathologist
Johanna Kristens & Erica Eklof are a team consisting of a speech and language pathologist and a special education teacher who work with school develpoment issues mainly focusing on language acquisition and ICT. We have since last year met and explored the Flipped classroom thoughout working with school development on different levels in the school system.


Tuesday June 18, 2013 1:15pm - 2:15pm
International-E204 E204

1:15pm

56-Offering Students Choice in a Flipped Classroom

In this workshop, teachers will connect the concept of multiple intelligences to offering students choice in learning in the classroom. When students are given flipped lessons for homework, time is made available for students to work on projects of their choice in order to master content, concepts, and skills according to the teacher’s design and plan. Teachers will learn ways to create lessons for homework; to post lessons on a website and to assign it for homework, making time available to fully engage students in their classrooms using project based learning. Teachers will design a choice board for students in which learning activities are connected to multiple learning styles.


Speakers
avatar for Ellen Dill

Ellen Dill

French Teacher, Ashland Middle School
Ellen Dill has been teaching for 16 years and is a French/World Language Teacher at Ashland Middle School, where she has been teaching for 7 years, and has been flipping for two and a half years. She has a BA from Mt. Holyoke College and a Masters in Education from the University of New England. She performed action research regarding Flipped Teaching to determine the efficacy of this teaching strategy, and found that this was very effective when... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 1:15pm - 2:15pm
New to Flipped Learning-C207-217 C207-217

1:15pm

68-Maintaining Rigor in an Advanced Flipped Classroom

A driving motto in my course is “embrace your learning” and a flipped classroom beautifully facilitates this goal. My students overwhelmingly voted in favor of the flipped approach. I believe efficiency of learning is the biggest win for an advanced course so will discuss the balance of time between videos and class work. Main areas of learning and assessment along with rationale behind the breakdown of the percentage of the final grade will be included. Students use objectives to help guide their learning. Daily work is either self-assessed or assessed using an online “homework” site, providing immediate feedback that maximizes our time together in class. Students are encouraged to redo quizzes for up to an 80. The “second chance” approach encourages students to push through difficult topics and attempt to master the material. I have also developed a method for test corrections that provides a valuable re-learning (and re-teaching) opportunity.


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Dena Leggett, PhD

Science Teacher, Allen High School
Dena was the pioneer “flipper” at Allen, casting vision for the school during professional development in 2011. This is the third year of flipping for Dena. She has been teaching PreAP, AP, and IB Chemistry at Allen High School for 12 years. Dena began her teaching career over 25 years ago as a college professor. She often teaches at the junior college and is looking forward to using the flipped approach in those classes. Dena has led flipped... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Mastery Learning Plus- D206 D206

1:15pm

120-Spotlight on Math
Open forum & discussion with introduction by subject host for Math. What works best for Math and Flipped Learning?

Moderators
avatar for Mark Burkholz

Mark Burkholz

Director of Technology, Mathematics Teacher, Lawrence Academy
I have been the Director of Technology and math and computer science teacher at Lawrence Academy in Groton, MA since 1991 and I was a New York City school mathematics teacher for 10 years from 1984-1983. In addition, I was a software engineer at AT&T’s Bell Labs from 1984-1991. This is the third year that I have flipped my classroom and this year I have most of my math department teachers creating screencasts and two teachers are flipping their... Read More →
avatar for Anthony Padrnos

Anthony Padrnos

Director of Technology, Richfield Public Schools
Anthony has been involved with educational technology integration for many years as a classroom teacher, consultant, and technology administrator. Anthony has a B.A.S. in Mathematics Education with a certificate in educational computing and technology from the University of Minnesota Duluth. He earned a M.A. in Education and Ed.S. in Educational Administration from Saint Mary's University of Minnesota. His master's thesis and research was on... Read More →
avatar for Paula Thomas

Paula Thomas

Mathematics teacher
I earned my Bachelor’s degree from Ohio State University in 2004 and my Master’s Degree from Mount Vernon Nazarene University in 2006. I have been teaching 7 years, the last 6 years with the Marion City Schools as part of the Mathematics department at the high school. The past three years I have been co teaching two different levels of math, pre algebra and algebra 1. The 2012-2013 school year my co teacher and I have started flipping our... Read More →

Tuesday June 18, 2013 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Math-D216-Media Center D216-Media Center

1:15pm

B1 -Look Who’s Talking

Flipped Learning opens up time for students to explore content on their own. Ultimately, teachers are beginning to relinquish more and more class time to allow students of all ages to explore, build, and share learning in topics they’re interested in. We’ll share stories from other educators that are helping their students create and share content in both flipped and non-flipped environments.


Speakers
avatar for Brian Bennett

Brian Bennett

Academic Solutions Engineer, TechSmith
I'm a former teacher (and still a teacher at heart) now working with TechSmith to help teachers become successful with digital content in their class.
avatar for Dave McCollom

Dave McCollom

Education Evangelist, TechSmith
Dave McCollom is the Education Evangelist for TechSmith.  He works closely with users around the globe, specifically focusing on the educational markets. In his position, he conducts ongoing and direct conversations with customers in order to influence continuous product improvement. His outreach to the educational community includes attending conferences both in the U.S. and abroad as well as visiting schools and classrooms for... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Showcase A - C214 C214

1:15pm

B2-Flipped PD - Foundations of Flipped Learning

Introducing a blended learning professional development course with one-day onsite and 6-8 hours of online work prior to and after the face-to-face workshop.  Training jointly produced and offered by the FLN and Pearson.

 


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Tuesday June 18, 2013 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Showcase B-C216 C216

2:30pm

F3-7 Ways to Flip, 6 Ways to Blend

Flipped Classroom is a “rotation” type of Blended Classroom. There are a variety of ways to use flipped classroom in combination with with other pedagogical approaches, such as project based learning, universal design for learning, or Challenge Based Learning. All flipped classrooms are types of blended classrooms, but not all blended classrooms are flipped classrooms. What are some of the ways a teacher can flip a classroom? What are some other ways to use blended learning in a classroom or a school that can be used to replace flipped classrooms or to compliment flipped classrooms? This session will explore a variety of flipped classroom styles and use a single classroom example to illustrate the variety of possibilities for blended learning beyond flipped classroom.


Speakers
avatar for Wayne Feller

Wayne Feller

Technology & Innovation Coach, Stillwater Public Schools
Innovation coaching is unique for each teacher. Grade level, content area, teaching style, interests, and context of experience affect choices and potentials. Amassing an arsenal of tools is not enough. Innovation is a continuous practice of applying skills and ingenuity to the creative building blocks of inspiration and imagination. Innovation coaching is my mission.


Tuesday June 18, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Featured Speaker Sessions D205 D205

2:30pm

15-Research on Flipped Learning

This presentation will present results of the presenter’s doctoral dissertation. This quantitative research compared 5 sections of college algebra using the flipped classroom methods with 6 sections of traditional (lecture/homework) college algebra and its effect on student achievement as measured through common assessments. The study included over 300 students and 9 instructors. Results showed that students in the


Speakers
avatar for Jerry Overmyer

Jerry Overmyer

MAST Institute, MAST Institute
Originally a high school mathematics teacher, Dr. Overmyer has been teaching college level mathematics for over 10 years. He is the creator of the FLN's Professional Learning Community, a flipping community with over 25,000 members. He gives frequent presentations on flipped learning and using teacher made videos and technology in education. Jerry is a strong advocate of inquiry and project-based learning, but feels that students still need... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Research - E 202 E202

2:30pm

55-Flipping the Teacher Education Classroom

This session presents results from the implementation of flipped learning in a linguistics course for pre-service teacher candidates. Both quantitative and qualitative data show that flipped learning resulted in increased comprehension, increased interaction, and increased critical thinking skills. The components of this flipped course included: interactive video, student research, class collaboration, and final video/Glogster project, with visuals showing examples for each component. This implementation of the flip resulted in a constructivist learning experience with students being active participants instead of passive recipients of learning. The presenter provides data from blogs, questionnaires, interviews, and exams from two semesters. Participants will learn how to create an effective, user-friendly and cognitively demanding flipped classroom for a college level course.


Speakers
avatar for Helaine W. Marshall

Helaine W. Marshall

Director of Language Teacher Education Programs, Long Island University-Hudson
Flipping in teacher education and in language education. | Culturally responsive teaching. | Intercultural communication.


Tuesday June 18, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Higher Education-D204 D204

2:30pm

7-Utilizing Stations in an Elementary Flip Class
Session will focus on the idea of utilizing stations or centers in an elementary flip class, especially in the area of mathematics. Discussion will explore what stations would look like within a flip class format, as well as outline new ideas, resources, and personal experiences. 

Speakers
avatar for Amber Mueller

Amber Mueller

5th Grade Teacher
Amber Mueller, 5th grade teacher at Lily Lake Elementary in Stillwater, MN. I have been teaching for the past two years, and have been fortunate enough to have taught 5th grade both years. Throughout that time, I have had the opportunity to experience the power of flipped learning, as well as the empowering effect that collaboration has. I have been involved in flipped learning for the past year, and am honored to share my experiences with... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm
What's Next & Global-E204 E204

2:30pm

63-GEORGE of the 'FLIPPED' Jungle

A Flipped Classroom is a powerful tool for improving learning and a major paradigm shift for teachers, students, and parents. While exploring the beauty of this learning jungle, many Allen High School teachers faced challenges and struggles and are working to turn them into successes. During our expedition we will shed some light on the dark corners of video assessment, student engagement and accountability, teacher transitions, and parent communication. Video concerns include whether and how to assess learning expectations. Parents need complete information on this teaching change, as well as re-education regarding the meaning of the word “teach”. A main pitfall for the teacher is a tendency to “re-lecture” and “re-teach” video content. This dishonors the work of those who watched the videos and cripples the flipped method because there is less time available for mentored/guided practice. Finally, we will explore approaches for corralling the creative chaos of the classroom.


Speakers
avatar for Kathryn Lanier

Kathryn Lanier

Teacher, Allen ISD
Katie Lanier & Dena Leggett - This is Katie’s second year of flipping on grade level physics. She has taught various levels of physics for nine years. She also taught two years of elementary math and science. Dena was the pioneer “flipper” at Allen, casting vision during professional development in 2011. This is the third year of flipping for Dena. She has been teaching PreAP, AP, and IB Chemistry at Allen High School for 12 years. Dena... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm
New to Flipped Learning-C207-217 C207-217

2:30pm

75-Better Together: The Collaborative Flip

We all know isolation is not good, but often, we are the only ones in our school flipping our classes. This session is about how you can make room for collaboration in your practice, even when you don’t have a flipped learning colleague on site. Finding a collaborative partner is just the beginning. Building a collaborative partnership that can support, encourage, question, and help you is game-changing - for teachers AND students. Collaboration isn’t something we do to just reduce our workload; it transforms the way we communicate, the way we learn, and the way we teach. This workshop will cover the reasons why you should embark on a collaborative partnership, the practicalities of how to make it work, and how to help your students become more collaborative and reflective.


Speakers
avatar for Cheryl Morris

Cheryl Morris

Teacher, San Jose Middle School
Cheryl has been teaching for 13 years, mostly high school with a few years of 6th grade and one of 7th grade at the end. She is a PBS Digital Innovator, as well as a Google Certified Innovator. With her cross-country collaborative partner, Andrew Thomasson, she has been exploring flipped learning, student-centred education, inquiry, and project-based learning. Together they have taught about 20 different classes, and over 1500 students in... Read More →
avatar for Andrew Thomasson

Andrew Thomasson

teacher, Forestview High School
Both Andrew and Cheryl have been teaching for over a decade, mostly in high school (though Cheryl made the jump down to 6th grade this year). They tried flipping separately before meeting during #flipcon12, and since then have been co-flipping cross-country. Together they have taught about 20 different classes, and over 1000 students in their collaborative flipped classrooms, and are always experimenting trying to find the best way to reach... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Mastery Learning Plus- D206 D206

2:30pm

79-Adding Conversation to Video

Norton Gusky, formerly the Coordinator of Educational Technology for the Fox Chapel Area School District, will share how K-12 educators are using Classroom Salon, a product developed at Carnegie Mellon University, as part of a Flipped Learning set of experiences. Norton will highlight case studies from both middle and high school classrooms that use Classroom Salon to annotate video. While YouTube has the ability to time-stamp a video, Classroom Salon adds additional tools for analyzing the student conversation and enhancing the classroom conversation. Classroom Salon works as both a stand-alone tool or as tool within learning management systems, like Edmodo or Blackboard.


Speakers
avatar for Norton Gusky

Norton Gusky

Educational Technology Broker, NLG Consulting LLC
For over thirty years Norton Gusky has demonstrated in his teaching the power of technology as a tool for empowering kids, educators, and communities. Norton believes that technology offers students a tool for creative production, communications, and collaboration. Norton believes in empowering educators. Norton teaches two courses at the Heinz College of Carnegie Mellon University where he has been flipping his classroom for the past four... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Tools of the Trade-E205-213 E205-213

2:30pm

130-Spotlight on Social Studies/History
Open forum & discussion with introduction by subject host for Social Studies. What works best for Social Studies/History and Flipped Learning?

Moderators
avatar for George Phillip

George Phillip

5th and 6th Grade Social Studies Teacher/Department Chair, The Stanley Clark School
For the past 8 years, I have been a 5th and 6th grade social studies teacher, Director of Technology Integration, and Social Studies Department Chair at The Stanley Clark School. A Co-Ed Independent Day School located in South Bend, IN. As an educator it is my job to inspire life long learning and curiosity. In today's education system, its harder for students to find these passions. As educators, we need to fix this problem from within. The best... Read More →
avatar for Kathy Swanger

Kathy Swanger

High School History Teacher, Marion City Schools
After 26 years of teaching, I decided to flip the teaching of my history classes. As a first year flipper (choosing to ignore all good, sound advice), I dove into the deep end head first. Year 27 of teaching has been amazing. I teach in a city high school with lots of socio-economic disadvantages (all of our students receive free breakfast and lunch). As a teacher who is always looking for ways to encourage engagement, I discovered the History... Read More →

Tuesday June 18, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Social Studies/History-D216-Media Center D216-Media Center

2:30pm

C1- Empowering Learning with Video

Empowering Learning with Video

Learn how to leverage the power of online video to flip classrooms, get students reading, simply and easily create and incorporate teacher and student videos into Moodle, enhance professional development and get students fully engaged in learning.


Speakers
avatar for Tom Lapping

Tom Lapping

CEO, JDL Horizons/Eduvision
US and international schools are choosing Eduvision to help them transform education through the power of video. Individual schools, districts, and even states have adopted Eduvision as a way to enhance learning outcomes, teacher and student engagement, and community involvement.  All without the need for costly infrastructure enhancements.


Tuesday June 18, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Showcase A - C214 C214

2:30pm

C2-Create Impactful Video Lessons in Less Time.

Learn how to improve your student experience and create video lessons in less time.   Dr. Cataldo will demonstrate best case examples, review PC and MAC techniques that will save you time, and talk about the research behind his latest book, 101 Flippin' Teachers.


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avatar for Dr. Renato Cataldo

Dr. Renato Cataldo

CEO, CrazyForEducation.com
Dr. Renato Cataldo background includes senior director positions with start-ups, growth, and public companies, a tenured professorship, and the development of pioneering educational software. Renato also serves as a Board Member at the St. Louis College of Pharmacy, is an adjunct professor, and is a mentor for the iSelectFund.com, ITENStL.org and CapitalInnovators.com.


Tuesday June 18, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Showcase B-C216 C216

3:45pm

Flipped Learning Panel - Students and Parents
Flipped Learning Panel- students and parents 
Come hear from parents and students of Stillwater's Elementary Flipped Classrooms! Panelists will share their experiences and perspectives from home and from an elementary flipped classroom. Did you ever wonder how the transition to a flipped learning environment is different between high school and elementary students? What about parent perspectives on helping with homework or keeping up with what is happening in their child's classroom? What are parent expectations for being in a flipped classroom next year? Lots of stories to share! What are your questions? 

Tuesday June 18, 2013 3:45pm - 5:00pm
Keynote - Auditorium Auditorium
 
Wednesday, June 19
 

8:30am

Design Your Own Flipped Classroom Technology
Join us in a lively collaborative discussion “What Makes an ideal flipped learning environment”

“What features are most beneficial to you"
• Cloud Technology
• Recording options
• Editing Editing
• Archiving Archiving
• Tracking Tracking
• 24x7
• Pedagogy integration
Let’s talk, let’s collaborate to re-design, re-mix the flipped environment for engaged, inspired lifelong learning.

Moderators
avatar for Matt Howe

Matt Howe

Building Tech. Coordinator and Tech. Integration Specialist, Oak-Land Jr. High School, ISD 834 Stillwater, MN
I am passionate about everything I do!

Wednesday June 19, 2013 8:30am - 9:30am
Showcase C-E202 E202

8:30am

F4-Flipping Writing Instruction

Having time to sit and have a meaningful conversations with your students about their writing and the writing process is the best way to get to know your students as writers. Learn about a way to leverage technology to make your students better and more authentic writers.

 

 

According to the metadata on research on improving student writing, the biggest gains come from one on one student writing conferences. However, with class sizes growing and budgets shrinking, how can a teacher still meet with every student to improve writing? By utilizing various pieces of technology and using a blended classroom model, a teacher can really learn to use their class time in the most efficient and productive way possible.

 

 

 


Speakers
avatar for Troy Cockrum

Troy Cockrum

Director of Innovative Teaching, Little Flower School
Troy Cockrum is the Director of Innovative Teaching for a K-8 school in Indianapolis. Before that, he was a Middle School English teacher. | He is the author of “Flipping Your English Class to Reach All Learners” and specializes in incorporating technology in the classroom. Cockrum has been a Google Certified Innovator since 2011. In 2013, he was a recipient of the Jacobs Educator Award from Indiana University recognizing innovative... Read More →
avatar for April Gudenrath

April Gudenrath

Educator, Discovery Canyon High School
April Gudenrath has been part of the Flipped movement for over six years. She has consulted around the world for schools on how to best use their class time. She is also a published author on this subject. Currently she teaches in the IB Senior English and Theory of Knowledge programmes as well as an Area Vocational English class in Colorado Springs, CO.


Wednesday June 19, 2013 8:30am - 9:30am
Featured Speaker Sessions D205 D205

8:30am

18-So you flipped your classroom...now what...Peer Instruction

We will be sharing how Byron High School sought to improve the flipped classroom model and found Eric Mazur’s Peer Instruction model he developed as a physics professor at Harvard. The model uses peer discussion around conceptual questions that you feel your students struggle with. A question is posted and the students work on it independently. The students then compare and share in a peer instruction model to improve each others conceptual understanding. Some thought must go into the questions being given and such a library takes time to create. We will take you through the do’s and don’ts of how to create such a library and how to most effectively use it.


Speakers
avatar for Troy Faulkner

Troy Faulkner

Mathematics Teacher, Byron High School
Troy Faulkner has been teaching mathematics for 25 years. Troy implemented the Peer Instruction Flipped Learning model three and half years ago and has a total of five years of experience in the flipped classroom. Troy and his department have had numerous national and international articles published about their flipped learning and textbook free curriculum. Troy co-authored a chapter on the Peer Instruction Flipped Learning model for book... Read More →
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Rob Warneke

Math Teacher
Troy Faulkner & Rob Warneke and have been teaching math for more than 20 years. In 2010 we developed our own textbook free curriculum. We are in our third year of flipped learning with 1.5 years being the Peer Instruction model of flipped learning. We are always looking to change and improve. We use data to show if our changes are making a difference. As a result of our work, we have received several national and state awards including the 2011... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2013 8:30am - 9:30am
Mastery Learning Plus- D206 D206

8:30am

38-Flipped and Gripped

Learners come to us with a variety of learning styles. Some are primarily visual learners, others auditory, and others kinesthetic. Activities that include all the senses have been shown to be most effective for understanding and retention.
Much of the instruction in the flipped classroom model is visual and auditory, but only occasionally can it include kinesthetic activities outside of class. But the time remaining in class can be used for many activities, both individual, group, and whole class. Incorporating kinesthetic activities in class can reinforce and concretize concepts, teach skills, and build community.
In this session, we will look at linking in class kinesthetic activities to out of class lessons, using them to foster learning and fun, and explore ideas for creating activities related to your course content.


Speakers
avatar for Erich Goldstein

Erich Goldstein

Instructor, Lancaster General College of Nursing & Health Sciences
Erich has enjoyed a career both in formal and informal education. He taught math at New York University and the New School University. Then he entered the world of science museums, learning about hands-on, interactive lessons and the impact they have on students. Back in formal education, at Lancaster General College of Nursing & Health Sciences, one year ago, Erich flipped his statistics class. Drawing on his work with science museums, he... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2013 8:30am - 9:30am
What's Next & Global-E204 E204

8:30am

45-Higher Quality at a Lower Cost?

The Mathematics department at Ohio Dominican University (Columbus, OH) is pioneering a One-Room Schoolhouse (ORS) model for its upper level mathematics courses. The ORS setting utilizes the flipped classroom approach to allow a single instructor to conduct multiple courses in the same classroom at the same time. This allows a small liberal arts college to offer a great variety of specialized, low-enrollment courses on-demand, at no additional cost.
In this presentation we will take a look at the following aspects of ORS:
• Scheduling
• Physical space
• Technology requirements
• Instructional materials
• Classroom management
• Student reactions
• Scalability
We will use individual instructor and student experiences, registrar data, and results of anonymous surveys to support our findings.


Speakers
avatar for Anna Davis, Ph.D.

Anna Davis, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Mathematics, Ohio Dominican University


Wednesday June 19, 2013 8:30am - 9:30am
Higher Education-D204 D204

8:30am

65-Flipped: Engaging Students

Interaction in flipped classrooms must be meaningful, purposeful, and vibrant. This session on engagement and interaction covers three elements vital to creating engaging and interactive online courses: sample rubrics defining expectations, immediate and personal feedback comments, and lively discussion questions. Templates, rubrics, and samples are offered for participants to personalize in their own courses. Participants will be actively involved in learning and have opportunities to practice the tools, techniques, and strategies presented. Opportunities for questions and exchanges of information, best practices, and tools will be integrated into the session. Participants leave with their own “best practices” toolbox.

At the end of this session, participants will
• Demonstrate the ability to engage learners in the online environment
• Make use of effective online questioning techniques
• Formulate quality feedback to learners
• Create a positive presence in the online course
• Design online relationships between and with learners


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Susan Engel

English Instructor, St. Cloud Technical & Community College
Susan Engel teaches English in the flipped classroom with St. Cloud Technical & Community College in Minnesota. She has Master's Degrees in English and Human Resource Development. She is co-author of "Engagement and Interaction," an interactive module within a MnSCU training course for online instructors. Her Analytical Writing course met Quality Matters review standards for online and hybrid courses in 2010, and she is a Quality Matters... Read More →
avatar for Susan Schlicht

Susan Schlicht

Psychology Instructor, St. Cloud Technical & Community College
Susan Schlicht teaches Psychology courses at St. Cloud Technical & Community College. She has a Master's Degree in Special Education and Doctorate Degree in Educational Policy and Leadership. She is co-author of "Engagement and Interaction," an interactive module within a MnSCU training course for online instructors. Her Abnormal Psychology course met Quality Matters review standards for online and hybrid courses in 2010, and she is a Quality... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2013 8:30am - 9:30am
New to Flipped Learning-C207-217 C207-217

8:30am

69-How to Google your flip SMARTly with Doceri
​In this session we will discuss how our classrooms are setup to increase student participation, build in formative assessment and streamline the entire process to make the daily work of flipping more manageable for teachers, and students. Our classes are setup with a Google site where we have calendars, videos with google forms and links to pertinent websites. Our videos are built using SMART Notebook files then exported to Doceri where we have the ability to create an animation for our videos, the voiceovers and export straight to our YouTube channels all from our iPad. Students are required to complete a google form for each video as a formative assessment. Our google forms are setup to work for every video complete with the ability to directy email students answers to questions and sort the spreadheets according to class period

Speakers
avatar for Megan Ahlberg

Megan Ahlberg

Math Teacher, Bloomington Public Schools
This is our ninth year of teaching Math. Jessica started teaching middle school for four years and high school for the last five at Kennedy H.S.. Megan has taught at Kennedy for most of the nine years with a two year assignment in Costa Rica. After teaching Pre-Calculus traditionally for a couple of years, we decided we needed to do something different to reach all students. In the fall of 2011 we learned about flipping and started our own... Read More →
avatar for Jessica Rice

Jessica Rice

Secondary Curriculum Coordinator, Bloomington Public Schools
After 9 years of teaching I still have things to learn and that, by far, is the best perk of this job. In the fall of 2011 a coworker and I learned about flipping and started our own pilot in the district using Youtube and Moodle to flip our Pre-Calculus classes. In our second school year, after much training and trial and error, we have found tools that make the course run much more smoothly and we look forward to sharing what we have... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2013 8:30am - 9:30am
Tools of the Trade-E205-213 E205-213

8:30am

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

Moderators
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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.
avatar for Sharon Geyer

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

8:30am

D1-make your students FLIP for learning using video!

make your students FLIP for learning using video!

Learn from Shannon McClintock Miller on how to make video and learning fun!  Shannon will  show you the power of student centerered teaching with simple and easy tools.  Using a laptop, tripod, iPad, iPhone and other devices with a few simple apps from JDL and Techsmith,  your students take control of their learning in the roles of producers, directors and videographers.  


Speakers
avatar for Shannon McClintock Miller

Shannon McClintock Miller

Teacher Librarian Consultant, Speaker, & Author, Teacher Librarian Consultant, Speaker, & Author
Shannon, a mom of three wonderful children, is a teacher librarian and technology integration specialist. She is an educational consultant for Mackin Educational Resources, Director of School and Library Strategy for In This Together Media and Executive Director of Library & Educational Services for Biblionasium. | | She speaks and consults in Iowa and around the country on education, librarianship, technology, social media, and making a... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2013 8:30am - 9:30am
Showcase A - C214 C214

9:45am

F5-Redesigning Schools with Flipped Learning -D205

With content available on-demand to anyone, the role of the teacher must take a fundamental shift. Students need opportunities to manage their learning space, and that includes deciding when and where they choose to learn. Brian will challenge attendees to really consider what it means to become a Flipped Educator and give some thoughts on what the future of schools will look like.


Speakers
avatar for Brian Bennett

Brian Bennett

Academic Solutions Engineer, TechSmith
I'm a former teacher (and still a teacher at heart) now working with TechSmith to help teachers become successful with digital content in their class.


Wednesday June 19, 2013 9:45am - 10:45am
Featured Speaker Sessions D205 D205

9:45am

41-Creating better Flipped Students
Flipping my classroom was not a problem. Helping my adult learners become self-sufficient active learners was a problem.
Through an entrepreneurial grant from my school we combined my classroom with educational support services. We used learning contracts and invasive educational support services to improve student outcomes.
This presentation will share the results of this experiment and our plans for the future. We have examples of learning contracts used and quantitative and qualitative results.

Speakers
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Susan Miner

Associate Professor
I have been teaching for Lehigh Community College for over 10 years. I teach high level Computer networking courses. I began to flip all of my courses two years ago.


Wednesday June 19, 2013 9:45am - 10:45am
Higher Education-D204 D204

9:45am

77-Digital Media and New Technologies: application flipped learning.

Undoubtedly, ICT has brought new opportunities for educators, however there is still a gap in the educational use of the same, creating a reference change in education that goes beyond "learning to learn", but for learning and teaching "effectively well "(Demo, 2009), whatever the level. From this perspective, we developed a survey, titled above, in order to perceive the key axis for the development and implementation of contextualized digital curriculum, taking as an example the reality of 8th Grade.
To this end, hypotheses were stipulated for structural analysis:
(i) From activities in applied research, some progress was made in score;
(ii) From the perspective of the students, had significant improvements in their classes;
(iii) From the perspective of the participating teachers had significant improvements in the classroom.


Speakers
avatar for Parahuari Branco

Parahuari Branco

Digital Content and New Technologies Director, Positivo
Researcher. Digital Content and New Technologies Director - Education & Technology - Positivo Informática. MSC, Software Engineering, Federal University of Paraná. BSD, Computer Science, Positivo University.
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Luana Wunsch

Researcher
Graduated in Pedagogy from the Positivo University (Parana, Brazil, 2003), Specialization in Dynamics of Information and Communication from Federal Technology University (Parana, Brazil, 2004) and Masters in Teacher Training, University of Lisbon (Portugal, 2009). She is currently a doctoral candidate at the Institute of Education, University of Lisbon, specializing in Information and Communication Technologies in Education, with research... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2013 9:45am - 10:45am
International-E204 E204

9:45am

8-Flipped or flipped open? Using, creating and sharing free online resources in the flipped classroom

The Open Educational Resources Research Hub Project is based at the Institute of Educational Technology (Open University, UK) and funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. We are collaborating with projects across four educational sectors (K12, community colleges, higher education and informal) in the U.S., India and the UK to validate (or not) a series of hypotheses related to the impact of openness in teaching and learning practices. Together with the Flipped Learning Network we are hoping to findevidence that open educational resources (OER) improve student satisfaction and performance; that open licensing is important in educational reuse; that use of OER leads educators to reflect on their own practice; and that use of OER encourages institutions to change their policies. 



In April/May of this year we asked the Flipped Learning Community to complete a survey and help us find out about teachers’ attitudes, beliefs and behaviours towards free online resources. In this session we will present what we mean by open educational resources, share some of the results of the survey and engage participants in discussing the following: How open is flipped learning? Does openness matter in the flipped classroom? If so, how can flipped teachers be more open?


Speakers
avatar for Bea de los Arcos

Bea de los Arcos

Research Associate, The Open University
Dr. Beatriz de los Arcos Researcher, Institute of Educational Technology, The Open University, United Kingdom | Researching the impact of OER on teaching and learning practices with colleagues at the OER Research Hub Project; leading the project's collaboration with educational programs in the K12 sector. |  


Wednesday June 19, 2013 9:45am - 10:45am
Research - E 202 E202

9:45am

50-Embracing Failure: Flipped Project Based Learning

Participants in this session will review specific strategies and resources to utilize Flipped Project Based Learning with learners at both the middle and high school levels. The two presenters will share their own experiences with things like: Reverse Engineering Cameras, Building Rube Goldberg Machines, Computer Programming with Scratch, designing Minute to Win It challenges, and drafting fantasy Ultimate Frisbee Teams. In addition, presenters will offer comments and ideas how to embed subject standards into instruction under the umbrella of Flipped PBL. Helpful websites will be provided to begin building your own collection of Flipped PBL resources.


Speakers
avatar for Andy Pethan

Andy Pethan

Teacher, Byron High School
Andy Pethan, high school math teacher. I believe learning should be fun, challenging, and managed by students. My current tools include PBL, flipping, hybrids, programming, lecture, peer instruction, and gamification.


Wednesday June 19, 2013 9:45am - 10:45am
Mastery Learning Plus- D206 D206

9:45am

74-Use This Flipping Technology

In this interactive presentation, we’ll share a variety of technology tools that we use in flipclass to engage students. We’ll give project and product examples that participants can use in their flipclasses. We’ll encourage participants to take what we show and use it to expand what they already do, or to create something new. Based on participant feedback via polling technology, topics may include content curation (e.g. symbaloo),expanding the reach of the classroom (e.g .todaysmeet), or student / teacher publishing (e.g. yudu). At the end of the presentation, we’ll share our popular Techsplosion! of useful tech tools that defy categorization. Participants are encouraged to use their web-enabled devices during this session to explore the tools and share ideas in the backchannel.


Speakers
avatar for Jason Bretzmann

Jason Bretzmann

Teacher/Innovation Integrator, Muskego High School
Jason Bretzmann is an award-winning social studies teacher, Innovation Integrator, and national speaker from Wisconsin. He has delivered engaging and practical presentations throughout the United States and in Canada on flipped learning, personalized professional development, and effective educational technology use. He is co-author and publisher of “Flipping 2.0: Practical Strategies for Flipping Your Class,” and “Personalized PD: Flipping... Read More →
avatar for Cory Peppler

Cory Peppler

Library and Technology Integrator, Muskego-Norway School District
With almost two decades of experience in both public and private schools, I've taught English, history, and technology, served as an instructional technology coordinator, and mentored and supported colleagues. I currently serve as the library media specialist and technology integrator for a large high school in the Milwaukee area. Father of two active boys, a semi-professional photographer, freelance writer, and tech geek, and I often find it... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2013 9:45am - 10:45am
Tools of the Trade-E205-213 E205-213

9:45am

81-First Time Flipping - How I Flipped and Results I Observed, P.S. I'll never go back!
In early October, 2012, I flipped my Dual Credit College Algebra classrooms. After flipping, I observed higher engagement of my students and at the end of the semester a 3.5% jump in the class averages of my students compared to last year.

In this session I will discuss what I did to make this shift successful. Key items discussed are:
• Making your mind over to flip your classroom – letting go
• Administration support – Failure is an option
• Use of Blackboard to support the flipped classroom
• Subject portfolios – Keeping students on task
• Lecture videos, Powerpoints and the textbook – Which to use?
• WeBWork –how I use this mathematics homework system
• Flipped classroom and the support of CCSS
• Results of an observational statistical study of the jump in achievement from last year

If you are on the fence of flipping your class, come listen, I may be able to convince you.

Speakers
avatar for Joseph Morse

Joseph Morse

Mathematics Teacher, Winnetonka High School
Joseph Morse is a dual credit mathematics teacher at Winnetonka HS in the North Kansas City school district. He has been in education for 10 years working as a math tutor, university adjunct instructor, and is in his 5th year of high school teaching. Prior to coming into teaching, Joe worked over 20 years in Information Technology and has experience in computer programming, project management, team management and has also worked as a... Read More →
avatar for Lori Johnson Morse

Lori Johnson Morse

President, Mathhead Tutoring Inc
Teaching, tutoring math and calculus, with enthusiasm and an ever present sense of wonder, to students (mostly) 7 & up since 1995.


Wednesday June 19, 2013 9:45am - 10:45am
New to Flipped Learning-C207-217 C207-217

9:45am

150-Spotlight on Elementary
Open forum & discussion with introduction by subject host for Elementary. What works best for elementary classes and using Flipped Learning?

Moderators
avatar for Barbara  Barker

Barbara Barker

My name is Barbara Barker, a former NASA NEW teacher, Intel Teach to the Future Master Teacher and Senior Trainer, a project based teacher primary teacher, Parent Technology trainer, and numerous leadership positions. My joy is inspiring others to transform learning for students in their classes. This was my first year of flipping. I have learned so much and am ready to share with others. My unique perspective is young children and their parents... Read More →
avatar for DeLyn  Beard

DeLyn Beard

eLearning Coach, EVSC
B.S. - Elementary Ed., M.S. - Special Ed., M.Ed. - Ed. Leadership I have been a teacher for 17 years, and have taught all grade levels K-8. My first 9 years were spent teaching students with special needs - learning disabilities, emotional disabilities, etc. I attended #Flipcon12 in Chicago and just completed my first year of flipping math; I have flipped some Language Arts and social studies pieces as well. I presented “Flipping in 4th... Read More →
avatar for Amber Mueller

Amber Mueller

5th Grade Teacher
Amber Mueller, 5th grade teacher at Lily Lake Elementary in Stillwater, MN. I have been teaching for the past two years, and have been fortunate enough to have taught 5th grade both years. Throughout that time, I have had the opportunity to experience the power of flipped learning, as well as the empowering effect that collaboration has. I have been involved in flipped learning for the past year, and am honored to share my experiences with... Read More →

Wednesday June 19, 2013 9:45am - 10:45am
Elementary-D216-Media Center D216-Media Center

9:45am

E1-School Districts are going Flipping Crazy!!!

In 2013, because of the efforts of the Flipped Learning Network and thousands of passionate Flippers like you, many School Districts are starting to introduce digital learning to help students achieve mastery. Today, empowering educators, administrators and students with technology for flipping is becoming more important than ever, especially with the roll out of the new Common Core Standards. If you are asking the question 'How do we get our school district to successfully Flip with so many technophobic educators?' Then this is the training session for you. We will present and provide each attendee with a copy of the Digital Learning Tour Training program so you can be sure to have a successful  and affordable "Flipping" program that serves your students' needs in the classroom, at home, when mobile and when learning a skill.


Speakers
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TechSmith

Gold Sponsor, TechSmith
Recognized as the technology that launched the Flipped Learning movement within individual classrooms, TechSmith is now leading the shift to true student-centric learning at the school district level. In the classroom and at home, TechSmith equips all teachers and students, at all levels, with the means to create more engaging content and to express ideas with greater clarity.
avatar for Mike Curtis

Mike Curtis

Business Development, TechSmith Corporation
I'm volunteering to help with food and hospitality on Friday. I hope everyone has a great camp!


Wednesday June 19, 2013 9:45am - 10:45am
Showcase A - C214 C214

9:45am

E2-Sophia in the Classroom

Free teaching resources for your classroom and free professional development for you! Sophia.org offers over 33,000 academic tutorials created by teachers and other tools for your classroom. The site also offers a Flipped Classroom Certificate endorsed by Capella University and created in collaboration with their School of Education. Check out these and other features from Sophia. Oh, did we mention it’s free!   


Speakers
avatar for Carolyn Fruin

Carolyn Fruin

Program Manager - School of Ed, Capella University
I am excited to have the opportunity to develop professional development and degree programs for integrating instructional technology into the classroom - making sure its not "just another fad". I spent 20 years as a DIY teacher and am glad to finally be able to contribute to the larger community of edtech teachers and learners!


Wednesday June 19, 2013 9:45am - 10:45am
Showcase B-C216 C216

11:00am

0-2Keynote- Explore-Flip-Apply: using Video to Empower the Learning Cycle - Ramsey Musallam

You’ve seen him on the Internet TV show the Infinite Learning Machine, and on PBS’ Ted Talk in May, and now here at FlipCon13!  Dr. Ramsey Musallam’s research interests have shifted from a focus on technology in the classroom, to an emphasis on establishing learning environments grounded in inquiry, motivation and curiosity, and using technology as a strategic classroom partner.  This keynote session will challenge you to view technology through the Learning Cycle lens, from inquiry “hooks” to content delivery, techniques used to tackle issues of motivation, time and assessment.


Speakers
avatar for Ramsey Musallam

Ramsey Musallam

Ramsey Musallam is a secondary science instructor at Sacred Heart Cathedral in downtown San Francisco, Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep
Ramsey Musallam is a secondary science instructor at Sacred Heart Cathedral in downtown San Francisco and also has served as an adjunct professor of education at the University of San Francisco and Touro University. In addition to his role as a science instructor, Ramsey is the Director of Inquiry and Innovation at Sacred Heart Cathedral and runs invention workshops for elementary and middle school students in the Bay Area. | | Ramsey delivers... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2013 11:00am - 12:00pm
Keynote - Auditorium Auditorium

1:15pm

F6-Flipped Professional Development -D205

Come discover the power of Flipped PD! Learn how Stillwater Area Public Schools uses video resources for teacher professional development. Discover powerful tools used to identify teacher interests and ability, record meeting information, and create personalized content. As a result, professional development is personalized, differentiated and leads to sustainable growth as well as engaging projects for students!

Technology and Innovation Coaches in Stillwater Area Public Schools have developed a model of professional development that utilizes powerful technology tools for personalized and differentiated instructional coaching for teachers. Research shows that coaching is the most effective way for teachers to transfer and implement new learning into the classroom. Creating digital resources for teachers to access outside of face-to-face time allows the time spent with coaches to be meaningful and beyond the basics.

Come and learn how Technology and Innovation Coaches use Google Apps to record teacher goals and interests, communicate information, and share resources between groups of teachers. Find out about the FOUR types of videos that are created for teacher professional development. These videos include typical how-to videos and project ideas as well as personalized videos intended to communicate specific information.  Ideas for starting Flipped PD at your school will be shared!


Speakers
avatar for Kristin Daniels

Kristin Daniels

Innovation Coordinator, Cambridge-Isanti Schools
I am a former classroom teacher (middle school science) who transitioned into a technology integration role in 2006. My passions are collaboration and innovation in the hopes of helping teachers to shift their thinking towards creating more student-centered classrooms and schools. I have a B.A in Psychology from Northwestern University and an M.Ed in Elementary Education from DePaul University. I have been “flipping” professional... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2013 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Featured Speaker Sessions D205 D205

1:15pm

5-A Research Team's Look Inside Elementary Level Flipped Classrooms
While the flipped classroom has received considerable attention the last several years, research into its effectiveness has been limited particularly at the elementary level. This presentation will provide an overview of the research design being used to study flipped primary classrooms in the Stillwater Area Public Schools. While results will not be fully available until later this summer, study design elements and glimpses of some early observations will be shared.


Wednesday June 19, 2013 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Research - E 202 E202

1:15pm

86-Integrating the Flipped Classroom in Teacher Education: The Next Generation

In our interactive presentation, we will share the amazingly collaborative “full circle” results of our flipping initiative. Our team consists of pre-service mathematics education college students who experienced classroom flipping in their mathematics classes. The same students also learned how to use the Flipped Classroom Method in their teacher education classes; learning the instructor roll and how important it is to motivate students to accept responsibility for their learning. The awesomeness of the collaborative effort is the 360 degree initiative. The pre-service students transformed what they learned in their own college classes to their high school mathematics classes where they are the teachers. In addition to our results, we will provide attendees with examples of successful flipped resources used to enhance student engagement. The session will also include lessons learned. Participants will receive downloadable files for all resources presented including assessment resources that have been used during successful accreditation visits.


Speakers
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Terry (Tee) Barron

Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Dr. Tee Barron started flipping her mathematics classroom at the university where she was teaching in 1999. In the 90s, there were obviously not a lot of on-line resources, so Tee created several of her own; mostly quizzes and assignments from textbook readings. The evolution of flipped resources has developed exponentially since 1999! She used the Thayer Method of Teaching, which closely mirrors the Flipped Classroom Method, when she taught at... Read More →
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Cathy Moore

Dean, School of Education
| Dr. Cathy Moore | Dr. Moore was the charter Dean of the School of Education at Georgia Gwinnett College, founded in 2006 and accredited by Southern Association of Colleges and Schools in 2009. The School of Education and the Teacher Education Program (TEP) teams with the Gwinnett County School System in Georgia. The TEP at GGC is comprised of awesome faculty who are innovative and work closely with their students both inside and outside of... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2013 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Higher Education-D204 D204

1:15pm

88-Explore-Flip-Apply in the social studies

The best way for students to learn is to explore and struggle. By following the Explore, Flip, Apply cycle of learning, participants will be engaged in a different way to use videos for direct instruction. Using Guided Inquiry in the classroom coupled with interactive video lessons, and dynamic group instructions, participants will learn how this method simulates life learning.


Speakers
avatar for Ramsey Musallam

Ramsey Musallam

Ramsey Musallam is a secondary science instructor at Sacred Heart Cathedral in downtown San Francisco, Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep
Ramsey Musallam is a secondary science instructor at Sacred Heart Cathedral in downtown San Francisco and also has served as an adjunct professor of education at the University of San Francisco and Touro University. In addition to his role as a science instructor, Ramsey is the Director of Inquiry and Innovation at Sacred Heart Cathedral and runs invention workshops for elementary and middle school students in the Bay Area. | | Ramsey delivers... Read More →
avatar for George Phillip

George Phillip

5th and 6th Grade Social Studies Teacher/Department Chair, The Stanley Clark School
For the past 8 years, I have been a 5th and 6th grade social studies teacher, Director of Technology Integration, and Social Studies Department Chair at The Stanley Clark School. A Co-Ed Independent Day School located in South Bend, IN. As an educator it is my job to inspire life long learning and curiosity. In today's education system, its harder for students to find these passions. As educators, we need to fix this problem from within. The best... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2013 1:15pm - 2:15pm
What's Next & Global-E204 E204

1:15pm

71-Inspiring AWESOME in every educator through personalized PD

In the fall of 2012, Byron Public Schools (BPS), a small district of approximately 1850 students, incorporated its own variation of the flipped professional development coaching model to support the the technology integration needs of every Pk-12 educator. The technology tsunami was fastly approaching BPS! Online learning, Google Apps, iPads, Web2.0, BYOD had already made its way into the district, changing many of our classroom’s teaching and learning strategies. While we were fortunate to have “Pockets of Wow” (Doug Johnson) educators, the technology skills gap between the early innovators and late adopters was increasing at a rather fast pace. Traditional “sit and get” PD was not conducive to the amount of change technology had on teaching and learning. Technology PD could no longer be supported by 1 or 2 people. We needed to do something, it needed to impact every educator, and we needed to do it now.

The Byron digital learning network was formed and 7 new teacher leaders positions, called digital learning coaches (DLCs), were created. The district worked with the DLCs to develop a Flipped PD model that would support digital pedagogy and classroom innovation for ALL PK-12 teachers. This session will share key components of the plan as well as the triumphs (BIG GAINS) and tribulations of the district’s Flipped PD journey.


Speakers
avatar for Becky Demmer

Becky Demmer

Second Grade Instructor and Digitial Learning Coach, Byron School District
avatar for Jen Hegna

Jen Hegna

Director of Information and Learning Technology, Byron Public School Schools
Director of Information and Learning Technology for Byron Public Schools(MN). I am a dreamer, collaborator, and a learning addict!
avatar for Katie Krueger

Katie Krueger

Elementary Music Teacher and Digital Learning Coach, Byron Public Schools
This is my 10th year teaching elementary music in Byron, MN. Throughout my career, I have always been one to try out new technologies as they become available. After using a shared set of iPads for two years, I am now in my second year with my own classroom set. This is my third year as a Digital Learning Coach - one of three teachers in my building with the role. It is exciting to help my colleagues integrate the skills of the future into... Read More →
avatar for Andy Pethan

Andy Pethan

Teacher, Byron High School
Andy Pethan, high school math teacher. I believe learning should be fun, challenging, and managed by students. My current tools include PBL, flipping, hybrids, programming, lecture, peer instruction, and gamification.
avatar for Beth Strom

Beth Strom

School Readiness Teacher
avatar for Matthew Weyers

Matthew Weyers

Middle School L.Arts/Science Teacher, Byron Public Schools
Middle School Science and Language Arts teacher, interested in Project Based Learning to simulate real-life experiences. Looking for ways to recognize student achievement outside of test scores and other traditional metrics.


Wednesday June 19, 2013 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Mastery Learning Plus- D206 D206

1:15pm

76-Tapping those Apps... Making it Hip (and Easier) to Flip
With the increased availability of iPads, flipping your classroom is becoming more manageable and accessible for teachers. But once you have an iPad, how do you start? What are the best apps to use, and what challenges might you face? Two veteran teachers will discuss some of the apps used during their first year in a fully flipped course. Doceri and ExplainEverything will be demonstrated with other apps mentioned, as well. Pros & cons of these apps will be discussed while fielding participant questions. Attendees will have the chance to create their own content on their personal iPads. It is suggested that you bring a laptop and an iPad pre-loaded with the aforementioned apps in addition to an Evernote or Dropbox app that already contains potential presentation materials (pdf files, powerpoints, etc.) for the purposes of importing in your practice presentations.

Speakers
avatar for Amanda Malatlian

Amanda Malatlian

Math Teacher, Salem Academy
Amanda Malatlian was born in upstate New York, but spent most of her youth in Punta Gorda, FL. She graduated from Mars Hill College with a B.S. in Mathematics with Grades 6-12 Teacher Certification in 1996. She then began her teaching career at a private school in Orlando while attending graduate school at the University of Central Florida. The next two years she taught middle school at a charter school in Palmetto, Florida followed by six... Read More →
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Kris Sorrells

Mathematics Department Chair, Salem Academy


Wednesday June 19, 2013 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Tools of the Trade-E205-213 E205-213

1:15pm

82-Flipping for Self-Paced Differentiation in a Mixed-Ability Classroom
Our middle school classes are all inclusive; there’s no tracking that occurs. The result is a class that can move too slow for some and too fast for others. Therefore, we developed our own method of flipping to address this issue. This technique works best with a classroom that has access to computers or mobile devices, however it’s also possible without technology. We didn’t do it every day, we started small, and not all of our students have access to the internet at home, yet there were clear benefits for both students and the teacher. We’ll discuss how we flip and give examples from our class, as well as other subjects from our building that are doing similar work. We’ll show how resources from our regular lesson planning sessions allowed us to better meet the needs of all students and facilitate self-paced classroom activities for effective individual and small group learning.

Speakers
avatar for Becky Fritz

Becky Fritz

Science Teacher, Technology Integration Specialist, Hopkins Schools
Becky Fritz has been teaching science for 15 years and this is her fourth year in a classroom that’s 1:1 with iPads. She’s been in love with technology since she first learned how to program that turtle in Logo during elementary school. In recent years she has begun working as the Staff Development Coordinator for her building and as a Digital Content Specialist for the secondary schools, helping teachers integrate technology into their... Read More →
avatar for Marissa Grodnick

Marissa Grodnick

Teacher, Hopkins 270
I began my journey in education as a video production specialist over 15 years ago. Soon after, I began teaching Language Arts. I was also one of the first Technology Integration Specialists in my district. My junior high is also in its third year of being a 1:1 iPad school. With the iPads and my video background, flipping through screencasts and video tutorials seemed a natural fit. This year, I flipped all grammar lessons in my classroom... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2013 1:15pm - 2:15pm
New to Flipped Learning-C207-217 C207-217

1:15pm

170-Spotlight on Special Education & English Language Learners
Moderated open forum & discussion about accommodating diverse learners in flipped learning:  Special Education and English Language Learners

Moderators
avatar for Helaine W. Marshall

Helaine W. Marshall

Director of Language Teacher Education Programs, Long Island University-Hudson
Flipping in teacher education and in language education. | Culturally responsive teaching. | Intercultural communication.
avatar for Susan Schlicht

Susan Schlicht

Psychology Instructor, St. Cloud Technical & Community College
Susan Schlicht teaches Psychology courses at St. Cloud Technical & Community College. She has a Master's Degree in Special Education and Doctorate Degree in Educational Policy and Leadership. She is co-author of "Engagement and Interaction," an interactive module within a MnSCU training course for online instructors. Her Abnormal Psychology course met Quality Matters review standards for online and hybrid courses in 2010, and she is a Quality... Read More →

Wednesday June 19, 2013 1:15pm - 2:15pm
English Language Learner(ELL) & Special Education-D216-Media Center D216-Media Center

1:15pm

F1-TED-Ed Updates

TED-Ed looks forward to presenting some new initiatives that we hope to do with teachers and students in schools! We invite you to join us as we explore a flexible school clubs model that encourages students to follow their curiosity and share and present their ideas!



Wednesday June 19, 2013 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Showcase A - C214 C214

1:15pm

F2-Flipped Learning--Which Technologies Can Help Me?
This panel discussion with innovative school district leaders, moderated by the Cisco education team, will focus on how educators are using streaming and recorded video in a variety of ways to enhance teaching & learning. It will present case examples and offer suggestions on how you can use multiple technologies to easily record and access content from any device, any location, in any format, at any time. 

Moderators
avatar for Dr. Greg Mathison

Dr. Greg Mathison

Manager, Education Solutions, Cisco
Dr. Mathison has maximized technologies throughout his government and education career. He currently leads Cisco Systems Education Solutions Team and teaches graduate courses for the University of Central Florida.

Speakers
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Lora Mathison

Technology Director, ISD #318
avatar for Tom Skoglund

Tom Skoglund

Instructional Technology Facilitator, Anoka-Hennepin


Wednesday June 19, 2013 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Showcase B-C216 C216

2:30pm

F7-No Flipping Homework

My presentation will be fun and interactive. I will take a light-hearted approach to this touchy topic. We will look at the research that shows both the pros and cons of homework. We will discuss and give examples of practical ways homework can be eliminated or reduced from any classroom at any level.


Moderators
avatar for Brian Bennett

Brian Bennett

Academic Solutions Engineer, TechSmith
I'm a former teacher (and still a teacher at heart) now working with TechSmith to help teachers become successful with digital content in their class.

Speakers
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Brett Clark

I am the Director of Technology for Great Clark Schools in Southeast Indiana. Before that I worked in Evansville as a math teacher and eLearning coach. I flipped my math class my last semester in the classroom and have flipped professional development the last two years.


Wednesday June 19, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Featured Speaker Sessions D205 D205

2:30pm

89-Flipping an Introductory Computer Science Course - YES YOU CAN!
This presentation describes how the flipped approach was implemented in an introductory Computer Science undergraduate course in algorithmic thinking at a four-year college. It examines content that is appropriate for learning at the student’s individual pace outside the classroom. It focuses on suggestions for active learning exercises at (Bloom's) higher levels of learning in the classroom. This approach showed that the instructor’s different role, as a guide rather than a lecturer, allowed students to learn actively, built confidence, and especially provided one-on-one support and motivation for weaker students, who learnt from their peers as well as from the teacher. These advantages can help address problems with retention of students in the introductory programming courses in the CS major. Student reaction to this new classroom paradigm was overwhelmingly positive.

Speakers
avatar for Namita Sarawagi

Namita Sarawagi

Assistant Professor, Rhode Island College
Namita Sarawagi is an Assistant Professor in the Mathematics and Computer Science Department. She has taught introductory programming courses for several years. She was involved in the development of a new CS General Education course: “Introduction to Algorithmic Thinking”. She has co-authored a related paper and presented a tutorial (Learn how to use executable flowcharts to enhance learning in general education at CCSCNE 2011) and workshops... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Higher Education-D204 D204

2:30pm

98-Flipping and Learning by Doing
In order to facilitate the teaching of speaking and listening skills, teachers need to continually find engaging and interactive methods to trigger students’ interest and motivation. Through the use of videos, teachers are able to integrate and customize their tasks based on students’ needs and learning styles.

Video based instruction, hosted on Wordpress, allows classrooms to go organic and ‘live’ with a click of a button. After input from the blog videos, students are assigned to create their own digital stories based on communication themes introduced to them. These in return are shared by them on a common blog platform as contributors to a wider range of audience.

Speakers
avatar for Pushpa Sadhwani

Pushpa Sadhwani

Faculty, Higher Colleges of Technology Dubai
Pushpa Sadhwani first joined the Higher Colleges of Technology Men’s Campus in 2004 and since 2007, has been with the Women’s Campus. She is currently a member of the Business Department where she teaches Liberal Studies courses; Intercultural Intelligence and Spoken Communication. Pushpa has also previously taught ESL at Qatar-University of Arizona Language Institute in Doha and Business English courses at Rajamangala Institute of... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm
International-E204 E204

2:30pm

99-Flipping Your Class: Difference Maker or Just Different?

Bob Jones Academy conducted a pilot study this past school year in 8th grade Pre-Algebra class and in 9th grade World History and 9th grade Geography classes. The students were taught traditionally first semester and then “flipped” second semester. The Pre-Algebra class study had two control groups and two test groups to test the effects of the flipped model as well as students having provided devices (iPads). For the World History and Geography classes, the performance of previous classes formed the control data and this year’s students formed the test group. The effects on the students of the flipped model as well as a BYOD environment were evaluated. Standardized test as well as other achievement data along with quantitative and qualitative attitudinal data was collected from all the classes and will be presented along with the insights of the teachers involved.


Speakers
avatar for Pam Litzenberger

Pam Litzenberger

BJA Middle School Pre-Algebra Teacher, Bob Jones Academy Middle School
After graduating with a bachelor’s degree from Bob Jones University in 1983, Pam began teaching at a small Christian school in south Georgia. This year marks her 26th year of teaching. Over that time she has taught every age group from 3rd grade up through 8th grade. Nineteen of her 26 years have been teaching Pre-Algebra, both in Dallas, TX and Greenville, SC. Teaching the peculiar age group of junior high/middle school is definitely Pam’s... Read More →
avatar for Paul Litzenberger

Paul Litzenberger

Sr. Mgr. Research & Development BJU
Paul Litzenberger has been working in technology innovation for over 25 Years. Paul earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Broadcast Engineering from Bob Jones University. After beginning his career in radio engineering, Paul moved into Telecommunications, where he spent over 6 years working on technology analysis for Nortel and Bell Northern Research as a systems engineer in New Product Delivery. As an Advisory Engineer for MCI, Paul earned... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Research - E 202 E202

2:30pm

67-I Want You to Want Me!

Why don’t my kids love my videos? Why don’t my kids even watch my videos? Why am I even still doing this!? If these questions plague your planning periods, come to “I Want You to Want Me!”. This session will show you 6 powerful ways to make your videos engaging and something that your students will even look forward to. In the session, I will go in depth to explain the importance of not being a faceless voice, having and maintaining high energy throughout the video, and proper video length. I will also go in depth in discussing why it is important to utilize your technology, why your kids crave consistency, and how powerful it is to provide an outline for your students to follow along with. Lastly, I will be peppering my presentation with technology tips that will give teachers ideas of how they can integrate more technology.


Speakers
avatar for Chris Koder

Chris Koder

Teacher
I have taught Pre AP Chemistry and Anatomy and Physiology for the last 6 years of my 7 years in education. I started dabbling with flipped curriculum in the second semsester of the last school year, right after I heard about the concept. This year I have jumped in feet first, and my students, parents, and administrators absolutely love the progress which is happening in my classroom. My district is also using me in an advisory and mentoring... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm
New to Flipped Learning-C207-217 C207-217

2:30pm

84-Implementing a Flipped-Mastery Learning Environment: Plan, Do, Study, Act

Despite engaging in extensive professional development prior to implementation of the flipped-mastery instructional model in my Chemistry – I classes, my journey was filled with mistakes and frustrations. In this presentation, I will first describe the steps I took prior to full implementation of the flipped-mastery learning model in my Chemistry - I classes. Second, I will describe the problems I experienced along the way that pointed to changes that still needed to be made for the flipped-mastery learning model to be successful with all of my first year chemistry students. Third, I will describe what I plan to do differently as I continue using the flipped-mastery learning model with my Chemistry – I classes next year. Finally, I will share success stories from students that learned how to take ownership for their learning in my version of a flipped-mastery learning environment.


Speakers
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Lisa Karpovich

Chemistry Teacher
My name is Michelle Karpovich. I have been teaching high school chemistry at Western Albemarle High School in Crozet, Virginia for the past 15 years. I teach 6 classes, 3 preps, and 140 students in a school that operates on an 8-period day in a modified block schedule. I began implementation of a flipped-mastery learning environment in my first year chemistry classes during the 2012-2013 academic year so that I could reach every student in my... Read More →
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Laura Shifflett

Instructional Coach


Wednesday June 19, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Mastery Learning Plus- D206 D206

2:30pm

9-Finesse the Flip with Edmodo & Google Drive

As teachers become skilled at creating flipped content, they face the challenges of storing, organizing and presenting their content in ways that will streamline learning. Edmodo and Google Drive are two tools that work well in tandem to help teachers manage their flipped content. In this session, participants will:

*Log in to their Edmodo account and join Mr. Kain’s Flipcon 13 Class
*Filter Edmodo content to see only their assignments
*Learn how embed a video from a Google Drive shared folder in an Edmodo post (see example at http://bit.ly/edmodoembed
*Learn how to upload a series of videos to a Google Drive that students will view sequentially
*Watch a video from Mr.Kain’s Google Drive account that is embedded in an Edmodo assignment
*Follow instructions in the video to embed content into their own Edmodo posts
*Take a quiz in Edmodo
*Make an Edmodo post public


Speakers
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John Kain

Instructional Technology Coordinator
John Kain is the Instructional Technology Coordinator for the Phoenix Elementary School District in Phoenix, AZ. I’ve been flipping for three years with my Advanced Computer classes with 7th-8th graders and my technology PD classes with teachers. I’m a Google Certified Teacher who has taught 7th-8th grade language arts, social studies, and technology. In my previous career I was a TV news reporter.


Wednesday June 19, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Tools of the Trade-E205-213 E205-213

2:30pm

160-Spotlight on Music,Health & PE

Open forum & discussion with introduction by host for Music, Art & Health classes. What works best for other subject sessions using Flipped Learning?


Moderators
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Katie Krueger

Elementary Music Teacher and Digital Learning Coach, Byron Public Schools
This is my 10th year teaching elementary music in Byron, MN. Throughout my career, I have always been one to try out new technologies as they become available. After using a shared set of iPads for two years, I am now in my second year with my own classroom set. This is my third year as a Digital Learning Coach - one of three teachers in my building with the role. It is exciting to help my colleagues integrate the skills of the future into... Read More →
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Brad Troeger

Health & Physical Education Teacher, Janesville Craig High School
Married 17 years | 4 Children | M.S.E - Curriculum & Instruction | M.S.Ed - Counseling | Teaching 17 years (Health & Physical Education) | Full Flip (2012-13 school year) | Janesville High School Teacher of the Year award (2008) | | Just finished my first year of a flipped/blended classroom in Health Education. I have loved the freedom it has given me in the classroom to be able to apply concepts and skills while... Read More →

Wednesday June 19, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Music, Health & PE - D216-Media Center D216-Media Center

3:30pm

Final Reflections & Announcement of FlipCon14

Final Reflections & Announcement of FlipCon14


Wednesday June 19, 2013 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Keynote - Auditorium Auditorium

4:00pm

600-CEU

CEU Credits will be available for each day of the conference at end of day in registration area.


Wednesday June 19, 2013 4:00pm - Friday July 19, 2013 4:00pm
TBA