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Flipping the Science Classroom: What’s Working in Hybrid, Remote and On-Premise Classrooms
Wednesday, December 2, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EST
Presented by Lisa Cumming, Chemistry Teacher, Olmsted Falls High School (OH)
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Flipped classrooms are evolving…particularly in science and math. In this edWebinar, Lisa Cumming, a science educator with experience at both the high school and college levels, will share her flipped classroom journey and the tips, tricks and techniques she’s developed along the way. While she’s taught chemistry for most of her career, she’s also taught biology, physics and math and her approaches to addressing instruction in traditional, hybrid and remote learning will help teachers in all STEM content areas keep students engaged and instruction on pace.
Lisa will provide working lesson examples along with samples of the podcasts and videos she’s developed for her students as they tackle complex topics and phenomena in chemistry, and she’ll unpack the processes she uses to create student-facing resources. Educators will learn some of the basics around how to plan and develop multimedia resources and be introduced to new technology solutions that support the range of instructional models in STEM learning.
This edWebinar will be of interest to teachers, librarians, and school and district leaders at the middle school through higher education levels. There will be time for questions at the end of the presentation.
About the Presenter
Lisa Cumming teaches chemistry at Olmsted Falls High School in Ohio. A 34-year veteran educator, Lisa has taught chemistry for most of her career and has also taught biology, physics and math, at both the high school and college levels. An early technology adopter, Lisa “flipped” instruction several years ago, and in adapting instruction for remote and hybrid teaching, she has adopted several new technology tools, including digital pen and tablet solutions. In her own words, she states, “I have loved teaching since day one and am extremely passionate about passing that love on to everyone that chooses teaching as a career. I believe that learning should be a lifelong passion!” Lisa is an active contributor and participant in the National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI) and is also involved with The College Board. Last summer she presented a TedTalk about her work with students and her evolving approach to the flipped classroom model
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