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Tuesday, June 18
 

10:45am CDT

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... Read More →


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

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
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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

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

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

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 →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm CDT
Higher Education-D204 D204
 
Wednesday, June 19
 

8:30am CDT

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... 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... Read More →


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

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

2:30pm CDT

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
avatar for Michelle Karpovich

Michelle 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... Read More →
avatar for Laura Shifflett

Laura Shifflett

Instructional Coach


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