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Tuesday, June 18
 

10:45am CDT

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... Read More →


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

10:45am CDT

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... Read More →


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

10:45am CDT

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... Read More →


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

10:45am CDT

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... Read More →


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

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

10:45am CDT

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... Read More →
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... Read More →

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

1:15pm CDT

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 CDT
Featured Speaker Sessions D205 D205

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

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... Read More →


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

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

1:15pm CDT

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.


Speakers
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... Read More →


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

1:15pm CDT

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... Read More →
avatar for Anthony Padrnos

Anthony Padrnos

Executive Director of Technology, Osseo 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... 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... Read More →

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

2:30pm CDT

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... Read More →


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

2:30pm CDT

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... Read More →


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

2:30pm CDT

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... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm 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

2:30pm CDT

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
Coordinated TRETC for 25 years; former Coordinator of Educational Technology and adjunct professor at Carnegie Mellon University


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

2:30pm CDT

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

Director of Technology Integration, The Stanley Clark School
For the past 11 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... 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... Read More →

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

8:30am CDT

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


Speakers
SE

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... 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... Read More →


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

8:30am CDT

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

Moderators
CC

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... Read More →

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

9:45am CDT

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 CDT
Mastery Learning Plus- D206 D206

1:15pm CDT

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... Read More →


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

1:15pm CDT

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 Dr. Ramsey Musallam

Dr. Ramsey Musallam

Secondary Science Instructor, Sonoma Academy
Ramsey Musallam is a secondary science instructor at Sonoma Academy in Santa Rosa, California. Ramsey has also has served as an adjunct professor of education at the University of San Francisco, Touro University, and Concordia University in the San Francisco Bay Area. Prior to his... Read More →
avatar for George Phillip

George Phillip

Director of Technology Integration, The Stanley Clark School
For the past 11 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... Read More →


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

1:15pm CDT

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

Professor of Education and Director of Language Education Programs, Long Island University - Hudson
Helaine W. Marshall, professor of education and director of language education programs at Long Island University-Hudson, has over 40 years of experience in TESOL. Her work focuses on culturally responsive approaches for students new to formal educational contexts and the hidden agenda... 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... Read More →

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

2:30pm CDT

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
BC

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 CDT
Featured Speaker Sessions D205 D205

2:30pm CDT

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... Read More →


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

2:30pm CDT

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?


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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 →
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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... Read More →

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