In the third session in the three part Flipped Learning series on edWeb.net, presenters Marc Seigel and special guest Jerry Overmeyer showed teachers how to use flipped learning techniques to meet Common Core State Standards across-the-curriculum. They shared specific strategies and tips on how they are using flipped learning to meet the new standards for higher order thinking skills.
In the second session in the three part Flipped Learning series on edWeb.net, presenter Crystal Kirch talked about flipping the math classroom. She shared her experience transition from traditional methods to flipped learning and tips for educators who are starting the process. She also discussed key topics and ideas to focus on while flipping.
In the first session of this three part series on edWeb.net presenter April Gudenrath discussed flipping the English language classroom. She talked about the common core and independent thinking, as well as depth of knowledge.
Mobile devices are being used to teach math, science, reading… and PE!? This months edTech Innovator, Betty Ann Fish, is using a mobile technology in a very unique way. In the community’s June webinar, Betty Ann discussed how she adapted the popular classroom tool to meet the the digital dexterity of her students in Physical… read more →
Educational games and apps are a useful tool for Blended Learning, making it important to choose games in different content areas that not only align with standards and support learning goals, but engage students as well. In this session, Max Holechek, UX Designer, Ayu Othman, Art Director and Dr. Tim Hudson, explored games from a… read more →
Blended learning has quickly become one of the hottest topics in Education. With so many moving parts, it can often become overwhelming. In this session, presenter Ryan Imbriale decoded the concept of blended learning by sharing concrete examples and offering straight-forward dos and don’ts for principals. Ryan shared his experience with Blended Learning in his school,… read more →
“Flipped Classroom- You keep on using that phrase. I do not think it means what you think what it means.” With so much information being introduced this can often seem true. When should you flip, how do you flip, what is flipping? In the final webinar in the Flipped Learning Primer series, presenters Aaron Sams and Brian… read more →
How do you make independent learning work in the classroom? How do you accomplish a flipped classroom without giving out homework, and what is a “3 Ring Circus of Learning?” Find out in this month’s Flipped Learning webinar “Flipped Learning Primer Part II: Flipped-Mastery Learning” Session Description Flipped Learning Network’s Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams will… read more →