Flipping the Classroom: What, Why, How and Where?

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Tuesday November 1, 2011 | 1 pm PST / 4 pm EST
The concept of "Flipping the Classroom," which involves having students learn independently from video-based lessons and do their “homework” in school with the teacher’s help, is gaining popularity -- and a successful track record. It looks different in different classrooms and is also known as inverted learning. The practice has a wide variety of uses that are transforming student learning. This Webinar will feature the two educators who coined the term and representatives from two award-winning districts that have taken the concept and made it work well for their schools. You’ll learn exactly what a Flipped Classroom is, why it works, how to do it, and where it is in practice today.
Featured Speakers:
  Jon Bergmann, Lead Technology Facilitator, Joseph Sears School in Kenilworth, Illinois 
  Aaron Sams, Science Teacher, Woodland Park High School in Woodland Park, Colorado 
  Troy Faulkner, Math Teacher, Byron Senior High School, Rochester, Minnesota 
  Rob Warneke, Math Teacher, Byron Senior High School, Rochester, Minnesota 
  Lisa Arnett, Principal, Valley Christian Junior High, San Jose, CA 

Cynthia Ginther, Vice Principal / Math Department Head, Valley Christian Junior High, San Jose, CA
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