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Tuesday, July 19
 

9:00am

Precon Welcome and Info
Speakers
avatar for Brian Bennett

Brian Bennett

Teacher, Elkhart Memorial HS
Science educator and Board Chair of the Flipped Learning Network. | | Find me in most places under bennettscience.


Tuesday July 19, 2016 9:00am - 9:30am
Commons

9:30am

Online Organization and Sharing AM
Now that you have media created, how will you distribute it to your students? This will be a space to start organizing your materials either through your district LMS or a standalone organizational tool (Google Classroom, Edmodo, etc).

Please bring your own laptop to this session. 

Moderators
Tuesday July 19, 2016 9:30am - 10:00am
K203

9:30am

Flipped Learning Boot Camp AM
A workshop going over the basics of Flipped Learning if you're brand new to the idea.

Moderators
Tuesday July 19, 2016 9:30am - 11:30am
K208

9:30am

Mobile Content Creation AM
Do you work primarily on iPads, Chromebooks, or Android tablets? This workshop will explore some apps you can use in the mobile or cloud space.

Please bring your own Chromebook or mobile device. 

Moderators
avatar for Brian Bennett

Brian Bennett

Teacher, Elkhart Memorial HS
Science educator and Board Chair of the Flipped Learning Network. | | Find me in most places under bennettscience.

Tuesday July 19, 2016 9:30am - 11:30am
K213

9:30am

Other Media Creation AM
Extend your creative know-how. This will be a space to create other media (images, audio, etc) or share your videos a little more effectively with apps to add questions and assessments (educanon, etc).

Please bring your own laptop to this session. 

Moderators
Tuesday July 19, 2016 9:30am - 11:30am
K204

9:30am

Video Creation AM
Focus on creating good instructional videos using mainly deskop applications.

Please bring your own laptop to this session. 

Moderators
Tuesday July 19, 2016 9:30am - 11:30am
K209

9:30am

Open Work Space
This space will be open and available for attendees to work in during the entire preconference event. Feel free to use it as needed.

There is no assigned moderator for this space.  

Tuesday July 19, 2016 9:30am - 4:30pm
Commons

1:30pm

Flipped Learning Boot Camp PM
A workshop going over the basics of Flipped Learning if you're brand new to the idea.

Moderators
Tuesday July 19, 2016 1:30pm - 4:30pm
K208

1:30pm

Mobile Content Creation PM
Do you work primarily on iPads, Chromebooks, or Android tablets? This workshop will explore some apps you can use in the mobile or cloud space.

Please bring your own Chromebook or mobile device. 

Moderators
avatar for Brian Bennett

Brian Bennett

Teacher, Elkhart Memorial HS
Science educator and Board Chair of the Flipped Learning Network. | | Find me in most places under bennettscience.

Tuesday July 19, 2016 1:30pm - 4:30pm
K213

1:30pm

Online Organization and Sharing PM
Now that you have media created, how will you distribute it to your students? This will be a space to start organizing your materials either through your district LMS or a standalone organizational tool (Google Classroom, Edmodo, etc).

Please bring your own laptop to this session. 

Moderators
Tuesday July 19, 2016 1:30pm - 4:30pm
K203

1:30pm

Other Media Creation PM
Extend your creative know-how. This will be a space to create other media (images, audio, etc) or share your videos a little more effectively with apps to add questions and assessments (educanon, etc).

Please bring your own laptop to this session. 

Moderators
Tuesday July 19, 2016 1:30pm - 4:30pm
K204

1:30pm

Video Creation PM
Focus on creating good instructional videos using mainly deskop applications.

Please bring your own laptop to this session. 

Moderators
Tuesday July 19, 2016 1:30pm - 4:30pm
K209
 
Wednesday, July 20
 

8:15am

Main Conference Welcome
Speakers
avatar for Brian Bennett

Brian Bennett

Teacher, Elkhart Memorial HS
Science educator and Board Chair of the Flipped Learning Network. | | Find me in most places under bennettscience.


Wednesday July 20, 2016 8:15am - 8:30am
Commons

8:30am

Keynote 1
Keynote presentation by Dr. Tyler DeWitt

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2016 8:30am - 9:30am
Commons

9:45am

Basic Flipped Classroom: A Hands-On How-To Approach
A quick and dirty hands-on how-to to get from idea to flipped. A boiled down approach utilizing the four pillars of FLIP, quick guided planning, Screencastify, YouTube, Google, your devices, and a few other quick tools to send you home with a mental, and with any luck digital, framework to flipping a lesson or chapter. The goal is to help you build a solid personal framework for flipping onto which you can hang all of the other great things flipped learning has to offer.

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2016 9:45am - 10:30am
K209

9:45am

9:45am

Embracing Nonlinearity in a Flipped Setting
Countless apps and tools present material to the user (students and teachers) as a list. Prime examples of this linearity is a Google search, your bookmarks, and a curated class set up in Schoology. What this does is introduce an artificial priority set up by whoever made the list. Who really has gone to the 10th page of a Google search to find valuable information? But presenting material to students in a linear format may be unintentionally valuing certain topics over others. Embracing nonlinearity in unit, lesson, or assignment presentation causes our students to think more deeply about the connections that they should make and those connections can be more important than the content itself. Combine nonlinearity with flipped learning and this could be a powerful tool for those looking for the "next level flip"

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2016 9:45am - 10:30am
K204

9:45am

Fun and Engaging High School Activities
The Flipped Classroom offers many benefits for teachers and students. This session will discuss the methods that I use to flip my high school math classroom and how it makes time for novel, engaging, and fun activities for my students during their class period. Through the use of creativity and technology, students will complete hands-on activities such as pattern block art, NearPod presentations, Google Form or QR code scavenger hunts, and volume investigations using spheres and boxes to name a few. With the freedom now afforded by technology, classrooms can be funner than ever! Not only are students earning the opportunity to make more meaningful connections to mathematics, further enhancing their learning, but teachers also have more time to make content engaging and purposeful for the real world.

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2016 9:45am - 10:30am
K208

10:45am

Experience a Flippin' Class
This workshop is for all flippin’ teachers to better understand how to implement a flippin’ class successfully. Three flippin’ science teachers from Allen High School will model a typical flippin’ class giving the attendees the opportunity to experience a flippin’ class from the student’s point of view. This is not your typical ‘sit and get’ presentation!! Participants will personalize their learning needs by choosing from a variety of interactive activities to understand how to manage a flippin’ class with true differentiated instruction. For the expert flippers, this flippin’ model can be easily adapted into a flippin’ mastery class. This session will provide attendees the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the logistics of a flippin’ class, network with other flippin’ teachers and ask questions regarding their flippin’ journey. All are welcome to join the discussion, whether flippin’ or not!

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2016 10:45am - 11:30am
Commons

10:45am

Flipped & Personalized PD: Deep in the Heart of Teachers
We’ll share practical techniques to personalize and flip professional development, and the tools to make it happen. Let’s talk about moving away from one-time, one-size-fits-all professional development that is inflicted upon us, and moving toward CHOICE (Constant progress, Honoring professionals, Ongoing, Individualized, Collaborative learning, Energizing experiences)

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2016 10:45am - 11:30am
K204
  • Experience level Novice
  • Recommended for PD

10:45am

Flipped Classroom with Team-Based Learning
Using team-based learning as a methodology in the design and implementation of flipped classroom. Firstly, the use of readiness assurance to assess students' learning of the online videos and provide the linkage between the online videos and the application activities. This is followed by the application of concepts to provide students with an opportunity to apply the concepts that they have learnt in the online videos in challenging questions in their strategic teams. Lastly, the use of self & peer assessment to provide formative feedbacks for students improvements and summative feedbacks to derive individual marks from group marks.

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2016 10:45am - 11:30am
K203

11:45am

Lunch
Wednesday July 20, 2016 11:45am - 1:00pm
TBA

1:00pm

Flipping the Online Learning Space
Most flipped approaches assume an in-class component that is face-to-face.  We tried something new! We flip our online courses.  This session outlines the course design, which follows Musallam’s Explore-Flip-Apply model and shows the course components, including live Adobe Connect sessions with breakout rooms, peer instruction via the in-class flip, instructor Zaption lessons, and many posted resources, discussions, wikis, and more in Blackboard.  If you thought flipping was only for face-to-face settings, join us and think again!

Zaption link: http://zapt.io/td9cuyrb 

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2016 1:00pm - 1:45pm
K203

1:00pm

So My Child is in Your Flipped Classroom, What Does That Mean?
The session will allow new and veteran flipped teachers to explore ways to communicate the goals, benefits and expectations of a flipped classroom to parents and how to become more involved with their children's flipped learning.

Session slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1qJr9xzun6NJe2S4jHPwL4rqLqMB0xObrBCgx_o2CmmA/edit?usp=sharing 

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2016 1:00pm - 1:45pm
K208

1:00pm

So You Flipped? Now for the Fun Part!
Flipping your instruction is just the beginning, the best part of the flip is what you do with the class time you always wished you had. Collaboration, more frequent and fun formative assessment, student exploration, personal interaction, all leading to student presentation and creation as a measure of learning all within the confines of Flipped Class 101. See examples, and share examples, of class time use and student created content. Flipping instruction is just the first step to flipping how you see learning and how learning happens in your classroom.

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2016 1:00pm - 1:45pm
K209

1:00pm

Synchronous Mastery for Content Heavy Classes
Asynchronous Mastery has been a hot topic for a number of years. Unfortunately there are many advanced classes and content heavy classes with requirements that make it challenging to allow students the freedom to work completely at their own pace. Synchronous mastery allows teachers to incorporate valuable components of mastery learning into their curriculum while still maintaining the pace needed to complete the course successfully. Teachers who are new to mastery learning can also use synchronous mastery as an entry point. In this session we will work together to develop strategies and design a framework to help others implement a synchronous mastery approach.

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2016 1:00pm - 1:45pm
K204

2:00pm

5 Good Reasons Not To Flip
Are we rapidly moving toward a post-flipped world in education? For the past nine years Aaron has presented reasons others should flip their class, but this year Aaron will play the role of Devil’s Advocate and will guide an interactive conversation through five reasons we should not flip our classes. Participants should be ready to have their assumptions challenged and will leave with a sharpened ability to defend their reasons for flipping.

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2016 2:00pm - 2:45pm
K203

2:00pm

Concept Questions for Peer Instruction
Peer instruction will be introduced and supported via a pre-session video.. The main focus of the session will be on skills for writing/modifying concept questions for use in Peer Instruction. The session includes a overview of the qualities of a good stem and characteristics of good distractors.

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2016 2:00pm - 2:45pm
K204

2:00pm

Using Assessment to Drive Flipped-Mastery Instruction
The Algebros will talk about how they have incorporated assessment in the Flipped Mastery instructional model in their mathematics classes. Assessments have been used to drive instruction, assess student learning, assess instruction and document school improvement. In what other ways can Assessment data be used? Also, they will address how assessments can be used to align grading with learning and describe their perfect world of student achievement.

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2016 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Commons

3:00pm

Q&A With Allen HS Students
An interactive session featuring students from Allen High School who have worked in Flipped Learning settings. This discussion will be moderated, but audience members will be able to ask questions as well.

Speakers
avatar for Brian Bennett

Brian Bennett

Teacher, Elkhart Memorial HS
Science educator and Board Chair of the Flipped Learning Network. | | Find me in most places under bennettscience.


Wednesday July 20, 2016 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Commons
 
Thursday, July 21
 

9:00am

FlipCamp Scheduling
Morning meeting to build the session board for FlipCamp. Attendees will be able to suggest topics of discussion they would like to participate in. Anyone may offer to lead a session during this time.

Speakers
avatar for Brian Bennett

Brian Bennett

Teacher, Elkhart Memorial HS
Science educator and Board Chair of the Flipped Learning Network. | | Find me in most places under bennettscience.


Thursday July 21, 2016 9:00am - 9:45am
Commons

11:30am

Lunch
Thursday July 21, 2016 11:30am - 12:45pm
TBA

4:00pm

Closing Session
Reflections, takeaways, and goodbyes.

Speakers
avatar for Brian Bennett

Brian Bennett

Teacher, Elkhart Memorial HS
Science educator and Board Chair of the Flipped Learning Network. | | Find me in most places under bennettscience.


Thursday July 21, 2016 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Commons