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Universal Design for Learning (UDL) [clear filter]
Tuesday, June 18
 

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
 
Wednesday, June 19
 

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
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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... 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

9:45am CDT

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... Read More →


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

1:15pm CDT

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... 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... Read More →


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

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