Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Flipped Learning for the Humanities

I was honored to present and serve as a panelist at today's Flipped Learning Workshop in Hartford, CT.  Jon Bergmann opened with a great keynote presentation and the audience questions during the panel discussion were incredibly thoughtful.  We even had a student panel of 8th graders discuss their flipped learning experiences with us after lunch.  Those who participated in my afternoon breakout session brought up several interesting and relevant points, as well as suggestions for effectively incorporating flipped learning into humanities courses.  The day closed with a productive "edcamp" style session on the implementation of flipped-mastery. Overall, it was a very successful event that I was proud to be a part of!

Below is the google presentation that I used to outline today's breakout session.
*Formatting only seems to work correctly when viewed in full screen (lower menu bar button w/ 4 arrows).