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We hope you will come join us for our 5th year of this engaging, ever-evolving online Flipped Classroom Professional Development offering. We’re limiting it to just two workshop in 2016 – one in February and one in July – so let’s do this – sign up now! You know you’ve been thinking about it :).
Join the many other educators who have enjoyed this unique and affordable PD experience. Develop or improve your flipped teaching and learning plan!
The workshop is 4 weeks long, conducted online, at your convenience (we will have one scheduled video chat early on to get to know each other, but the rest of the work is done on your schedule!). Hundreds of teachers, technologist, admins, and other professional trainers have taken this affordable, interactive workshop over the last few years! Below you can read what some have had to say about it.
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A sampling of feedback from previous workshops:
– “I liked the the overall structure of the workshop. It allowed for each of us to interact with each other as well as with the materials being presented. I also liked the depth of information that was given to us. After only four weeks, I now know so many more sites and apps than I could have found on my own. I appreciated the opportunity to actually put our learning to work each week. From the first week, Kelly had us focusing on what course/class/content we planned to flip. With each subsequent week, we built on that foundation. I really appreciated the opportunity to be paired with a fellow classmate to share a lesson plan and give and receive feedback. I also appreciated the online chats that Kelly scheduled so that we could interact “f2f” so to speak. In the online environment, this can get lost but it was a great experience……there is so much more….I just really loved the workshop overall!!”
– “I just wanted to say thank you for this class. I learned more about the how and whys of flipping the classroom and I was able to reflect on what I already know and put in a written format. I liked reading the posts of other class members as well. They gave some great ideas and it was nice to have some of my questions/concerns brought up by others. This class is also ‘rubbing off’ on a couple of my colleagues as well. They are not creating their own content, but they are leveraging already created content and their current website to offer students more resources! This has occurred since my conversations about this class started!”
– “The book was phenomenal! At this point I can say that I thoroughly enjoyed this course and have already recommended it to others and plan to continue. Thank you for a job well done!
– “My head is spinning with all of the great ideas that I gained from this workshop — and especially from our discussions. I am going to try to get on the agenda for an upcoming all-school meeting to share some of the ideas from this workshop. I am even leaning toward flipping my “new prep” classes if I can feel comfortable with staying ahead of the students in content creation. Our classes are structured to be two hours of lecture and two hours of lab per week. That translates into an hour of lecture followed by an hour of lab two days a week. By flipping my classes, I feel that the students who now struggle with homework will excel due to the reality that the homework they are assigned is laying the groundwork for what they do in class. Now, I’m just looking for a sure way to get and keep them motivated to access the flipped content for their homework. But, I think that problem might just take care of itself — we’ll see!”
– “I definitely look forward to experimenting with the flipped classroom. I’ve been working on screencasts using iPad apps such as educreations and explain everything. I think they are easy tools to use and interested in seeing how the students take to it. I’m also looking Into experimenting with TedEd also. Having an archive of lessons will prove beneficial. Students will be able to access lessons for review and if they want to go ahead. All in all, I envision this will free up more time for students to practice what they are learning. Whether its playing review games, answering practice problems, or even making their own screencasts, I think the learning process will be a positive one for the students.”