"Experienced educators in Flipped Classrooms across the globe will open their doors to allow interested educators and students to see how Flipped Learning works and what happens when learning is turned on its head. Flipped Class Open Houses are intended to shed light on this approach to learning and encourage other teachers and administrators to give Flipped Learning a try in their own schools/districts."
Up until recently, the flipped class approach has been adopted mostly by math and science educators. This is your chance to observe the flipped learning models implemented in social studies classrooms! Here is some brief information regarding the three flipped-history educators opening up their classrooms on October 18th. (More information can be found on the official site.)
Tom Driscoll (Putnam, CT)
World History / 10th Grade
Putnam High School
152 Woodstock Ave., Putnam, CT 860 963-6905
Classroom Visits From 8:15-10:00, Q & A until 11.
Stop by the front office to check in, they will be expecting "flipped class" visitors. Proceed to room 45 for classroom visits and the Q & A session.
Karl Lindgren-Streicher (San Mateo, CA)
World History / 9th Grade
Hillsdale HIgh School
3115 Del Monte Street 650 558 2699
7:45-9:13 am PT & 10:18-11:46 am PT = class (visit anytime during this section), available for questions etc from 11:46 am-1:55 pm PT
Stop at front office to sign in and get a campus map, will meet for most of the period in the library, not my classroom (classroom = 219)
David Fouch (Grand Rapids, MI)
US History, AP US History, AP Governemnt, AP World History
Forest Hills Northern
3801 Leonard 616-493-8600
Classroom Visits 7:40-9:00am and 11:00am-1:40pm
Park in Guest Parking in the front staff lot and enter through the main office.