We’re Pushing This out to October, as we’ve had Limited Registration – Hopefully we can Raise Awareness of this over the Coming Months. Tell Your Colleagues! (We’ll Refund Half Your fee if you Make a Recommendation for Another Participant who Enrolls!)
EmergingEdTech and FlippedClassroomWorkshop.com founder Kelly Walsh will be running a full day Flipped Classroom Workshop at the Hyatt House in Fishkill, NY on Friday, March 27th, 2015. NOW Rescheduled for October – specific date too follow shortly!
This full day workshop will provide a practical learning experience for educators wishing to develop a plan to incorporate flipped teaching and learning techniques into their classes and courses. Those who have started working with flipped classroom techniques who wish to learn more and develop their plans will also benefit from this workshop.
This professional development workshop will incorporate flipped instruction techniques – you’ll watch a few videos before hand so we can really “hit the ground running” the day of the workshop. Additionally, practical hands-on exercises (bring your laptops or tablets!) will provide active learning experiences and help to reinforce techniques and content being covered. Participants will work with each other and the workshop instructor to explore new ideas and clear up misconceptions.
COST: Just $199!
Click Here to For Workshop Details and to Sign Up
Please send me a reminder when registration for the Fall 2015 Fishkill 1 Day Flipped Classroom Workshop opens!
Here’s what participants in recent EmergingEdTech Flipped Classroom Workshops had to say when asked … What did you like best about this workshop?
“The resources that I now have to solve many of the road blocks I was having.”
“The workshop exceeded my expectations. I learned about so many resources and techniques to use for flipping content. Thanks Kelly for providing this experience.”
“The wealth of information provided about flipping classes – articles, websites, technology, and the online book … the right pace and amount of work …”
“Networking with the other participants”
“The feedback from Kelly and from classmates; this helped me to focus on my techniques for “flipping” and for experimenting with new techniques and tools.”