This 4 Week Workshop runs from Jan 18 through February 16. It will get you up and running with flipped teaching tools & techniques, and enhance your plans to use them!
In this workshop, you will …
Read about other teacher's uses of the flipped classroom – learn what works, what doesn't, best practices, and lessons learned from some of today's leading flipped instruction teacher-advocates, and from other teachers much like yourself
Get hands-on and flip some of your own content
Try out some free screencasting tools, and learn techniques for creating high quality, engaging screencasts
Learn about other approaches to creating and delivering flipped class content (you don't have to screencast to flip)
Understand the considerations you need to be aware of when you flip the classroom, including how to use class time, and techniques to help ensure that students consume the flipped materials
Share your ideas and insights, interact with other educators, and learn from each other
Develop your own plan to incorporate flipped instruction techniques in your classes
Discover more resources available to continue learning about the flip
Each week will start with a video and reading assignments, followed by specific exercises to undertake and write about. There will be required participation in discussion forums, where you will share your learning experience, ask questions, and interact with fellow workshop participants.
We will also hold a synchronous video meeting online at the start of the course to allow participants to ‘meet' each other and discuss questions.
All participants will receive a free copy of the new “Flipped Classroom Workshop-in-a-Book” eBook if PDF format (a $19.99 value), which we will use throughout the course.
The cost for the workshop is $150. Everyone who completes their assignments and participates in the discussions will be provided a Certificate of Completion upon completion of the workshop.
Here's some feedback from the workshop we just wrapped up:
– “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!” – Christine Kincaid Dewey, HS Math Teacher
– “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!” – Norma Robinson-Wilson, San Antonio School for Inquiry & Creativity