We're looking forward to seeing everyone in a few weeks! Let's all pray for good weather! During this session, we hope to provide you examples of how our schools are 'flipping" the classroom. We have a wide variety of experience and expertise on the panel, but we are hoping you'll also come to the table with good ideas! We intent to provide you some examples of how classrooms can be flipped, what the pros and cons are of flipping, and leave with a list of resources. See you then!
If you are looking for a great experience, plan on going to (or viewing online) the 5th annual Flipped Conference June 18-20 in Chicago.
Information is posted on the Flipped Learning Network site http://www.flippedlearning.org/.
There are 24 different sessions, and there is a pre-conference workshop if you really want to create.
Even if you just register to attend online (only $97) the learning and opportunity for collaboration are extraordinary.
NEW BOOK! Flip Your Classroom: Reach every student in every class every day. By Bergmann & Sams
Pre-order for June 18th ship date - fee if you attend the Flipped Conference.
Flipped Video Library Watch hundreds of videos in the Flipped Learning Education TV channel. Sort by subject area, grade level and presenter. Hosted by JDL Horizon’s EduVision, this online video channel is a plethora of videos to get you started flipping your class.
Interesting to hear that TED's new site http://ed.ted.com/about is embracing a flipped model. (scroll down on this link to read about it). Here are some other links I like on this topic: