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Corey Papastathis

Instructional Coach - Educational Technology
Boulder, CO
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 the curriculum at their own pace. With students at many different points in the curriculum, I found it benefited them greatly for me to create digital content. Students no longer had to wait for me to finish helping other students. This was six years ago. Today, I am the instructional coach of educational technologies in Ft. Lupton Colorado. I work with teachers of all grade levels and content areas. With class sizes up and funding down, teachers are looking for ways to give students more. Flipped classroom strategies have gained a lot of interest. By creating digital resource libraries, teachers can provide 24/7 support for students. My role is to help teachers in the planning and implementation of educational technology and 21st century skills.

My Speakers Sessions

Tuesday, June 18
 

10:45am