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Graduate Credit [clear filter]
Sunday, June 16


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.

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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 →

Sunday June 16, 2013 TBA
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