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favorites Many Methods to Flipped Classroom Success


[Listen and Learn : Panel]
Wednesday, July 1, 10:15–11:15 am
PCC 125
favoritesTimonious DowningfavoritesBrian JonesfavoritesCrystal KirchfavoritesAyelet Segal

Join flipped classroom leaders for a fascinating panel on different methods of flipping the classroom. Which method would be best for you to implement? WSQ? Gamification? Game- based learning? Project-based learning? Genius Hour? Find out how to integrate hands-on activities in the classroom.

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Skill level: Beginner
Device requirements: Participant devices not needed
Focus: Digital Age Teaching & Learning
Topic: Flipped Learning
Grade level: PK-12
ISTE Standards: Coaches : Digital-Age Learning Environments
Students : Communication and Collaboration
Teachers : Design and Develop Digital-Age Learning Experiences and Assessments
Common Core State Standards: English : Language (6-12)
Math : 9-12: Algebra
Presentation Website: http://flip.education/

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favorites Timonious Downing, Prince George's County Public Schools

Timonious Downing is a Instructional Lead/ Professional Development Teacher, at Walker Mill Middle School. He is a tech enthusiast and thoroughly enjoys utilizing technology daily in order to meet the needs of 21st century learners. He has utilized Flipped Learning, Gamification, and Game Based Learning. He has received numerous recognitions for his work with students some of which include: 2014 ASCD Emerging Leader, National School Board "20 to Watch" Technology Leader Award, The Washington Post Agnes Meyers Outstanding Educator Nominee, and the PGCPS Outstanding Educator Using Technology Award. Timonious has dedicated the last 16 years teaching in Prince George's County.


favorites Brian Jones, Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District

Brian Jones holds a MA in Education Administration from California State University, Long Beach and currently teaches 7th grade science in Norwalk, California. In addition to teaching, he is an EdCamp founder, flipped learning consultant, and technology integration trainer. The past seven years, Brian has been on the forefront of the flipped classroom model. His classroom is used to mentor acceptance and growth in flipped and gamified strategies, and has been filmed by KLCS, PBS Los Angeles. Brian created and implemented "Project Z," a 7th grade biology curriculum integrating STEM concepts and gamification incorporating a zombie theme.


favorites Crystal Kirch, Tustin Unified School District

Crystal Kirch is a high-school math teacher and a digital learning coach in Southern California. She holds a Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction and was honored to be chosen as the 2012 “Educator of the year” at her school site. She has presented on flipped learning both online and in person, working with organizations such as the Flipped Learning Network, CUE, Sophia.org, and Schoolwires. She is a contributing author to the book Flipped Learning: Gateway to Student Engagement by Bergmann and Sams. Please see her blog (flippingwithkirch.blogspot.com) for more information on her flipped learning adventures.


favorites Ayelet Segal, TouchCast

Ayelet Segal has devoted the last 20 years exploring problems in the realm of Cognitive Psychology, Education and HCI both in academia and industry. Dr. Segal earned a Master and PhD in Cognitive Psychology, Education &Technology from Teachers College, Columbia University in NYC, USA. She also holds a Master of Arts in Interactive Media from Middlesex University in London, UK. She is the Head of Education of TouchCast. Segal is the co-author of the chapter Embodied Cognition and Learning Environment Design of the book Theoretical foundations of student-centered learning environments. Ayelet has achieved international recognition and critical acclaim.