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Tuesday, January 30 • 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Flipping Without Flopping: How to Create a Flipped-Learning Classroom While Keeping the Teacher at the Center of the Equation

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We know, “flipped learning” is just one of the many educational buzz-words circulating that promises much but delivers very little, right? WRONG! Flipped learning can and will have a profound impact on you and your students. Trust us - we started down this path in our algebra classes almost 5 years ago, and we haven’t looked back since! It’s become one of the best things we have undertaken to grow as professionals and better serve our students.

If you are thinking of flipping your classroom or even just a single lesson or unit, you will come away with ideas for immediate implementation of flipped learning. We have discovered the “magic sauce” that makes the flipped classroom successful. We will share the pitfalls to avoid, how to efficiently create teacher-produced videos, ways to guide students to use video instruction effectively, how to anticipate student issues and questions, and the importance of using daily formative assessment with immediate feedback. We also will dispel the myth that technology and videos will replace the teacher since we are still the “center of the equation” in our classrooms but now with the dual roles of both teacher and coach. 

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avatar for Lynn Eisner

Lynn Eisner

Science & Math Teacher, Menlo Park City School District
Lynn currently teaches high school algebra and 8th grade science in a one-to-one iPad school. She has been teaching at the middle school level for the past 19 years. Never one who wants to be bored, she thrives on innovation. Besides piloting flipped learning at my school, I als... Read More →
avatar for Lexy Keller

Lexy Keller

math & history teacher, Menlo Park City School District
Lexy Keller has been teaching middle school for 20 years. She has taught multiple levels of math (through geometry), language arts, history, and French. Currently, she is teaching High School Algebra and 8th grade history and is focusing on implementing new approaches to gradin... Read More →


Tuesday January 30, 2018 3:15pm - 4:15pm
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