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Tuesday, June 18
 

10:45am CDT

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... Read More →


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

1:15pm CDT

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... Read More →


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

1:15pm CDT

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... Read More →


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

2:30pm CDT

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... 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... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm CDT
Mastery Learning Plus- D206 D206
 
Wednesday, June 19
 

8:30am CDT

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... Read More →
RW

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... Read More →


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

9:45am CDT

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 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.
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... Read More →


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

1:15pm CDT

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

Instructional Coach PreK-5, Byron Public Schools #531
avatar for Jen Hegna

Jen Hegna

Director of Information and Learning Technology, Byron Public 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

High School Choral Director and 5th Grade General Music, 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... 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 CDT
Mastery Learning Plus- D206 D206

1:15pm CDT

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... 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... Read More →


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