Below is information directly from the official workshop flier for those interested in attending:
FLIPPED LEARNING WORKSHOP
Find out more about the flipped classroom and what it really means.
Attendees will have opportunities to learn about, plan for and actually make flipped lessons. The day’s activities will include a mix of interactive presentations and “un-conference” style participant facilitated work sessions. Topics will include:
- Developing and/or finding video instruction
- Using Learning Management tools to host and share content
- Using digital tools to assess understanding
- Putting recaptured class time to good use with performance assessments
- Whatever you bring to the table!
If you’re thinking about implementing a flip in your classroom, then this is the workshop for you.
Special Guest Speaker: Tom Driscoll
As a social studies teacher and technology coach, Tom has implemented Flipped Learning and led professional development workshops on the topic for the past three years. Tom recently completed the Computing in Education M.A. program through Teachers College at Columbia University and has authored contributing chapters for three books on instructional technology, including a chapter in Jon Bergman and Aaron Sam's highly anticipated follow-up to "Flip Your Class: Reach Every Student in Every Class Every Day." (Expected Early 2014)
Date Saturday, November 9th 9:00 – 3:00
Cost: $100 (lunch included)
Location CREC Central 111 Charter Oak Ave. Hartford, CT 06106
Register Today at www.crec.org/technologyevents