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Flipping the Conference

An interactive presenation I did for the PCMA conference in Denver: 6-26-2013: It was less a presentation and more of a conversation about how to flip conference sessions. A great group of passionate educators.

Jonathan Bergmann

on 18 April 2015

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Transcript of Flipping the Conference

Flipping the Conference
What is the Flipped Class?
Room Design
How would you define
the flipped class?
Flipped learning occurs when we move direct instruction from the group learning space to the individual learning space
What are the implications for conference staff?

Should Rooms be set up with a table in the front?
Hands-On Learning?
What if they don't do their
What are some of the other hurdles you would anticipate?
How would you Overcome it?
How About Flipping a Conference Session?
What support Structures do you think you need in place to prepare session presenters for flipped learning?
What support do conference planners need to help facilitate a flipped session
More Information
What is the best use of your
face-to-face class time?
What is the best use of your
face-to-face time?
What about Corporate Meetings?
The link is Case-Sensitive
What are your first thoughts
about Flipped Learning?
Case Specific Link
What other questions need to be addressed?
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