Going Digital: A Flipped-Mastery Math Class

Location: Room Grand Hyatt Travis C/D

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Registration code: WM308

Fee: $59 (After May 1, $63)
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Tuesday, June 27, 10:30 am–12:00 pm
Location: Room Grand Hyatt Travis C/D

Trisha Danielle Unten  
You decided to "flip your math class" but with all the resources and technology available, you don't know where to start. Learn a step-by-step implementation process and the various forms of technology that you can use to create a personalized mastery learning environment for all students.

Fee: $59 (After May 1, $63)
Skill level: Beginner
Attendee devices: Devices useful
Attendee device specification: Smartphone: Android, iOS, Windows
Laptop: PC, Chromebook, Mac
Tablet: Android, iOS, Windows
Focus: Digital age teaching & learning
Topic: Flipped learning
Grade level: PK-12
Subject area: Math
ISTE Standards: Teachers : Design and develop digital age learning experiences and assessments

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Proposal summary

Purpose & objective

-Participants will learn the challenges and benefits of a Flipped-Mastery math class.
-Participants will be able to identify and evaluate various forms of technology throughout the implementation process.
-Participants will learn about the Interactive Equivalency Theory to enhance a math class when integrating technology and flipping for mastery learning.
-Participants will obtain resources and skills they can use immediately to implement in their math class.


I. My introduction (2-3 minutes)
II. Why Flipped Learning? Why Flipped Mastery in Math? (10 minutes)
a. Giving students a voice [Socrative, Survey Monkey]
b. Flipped Mastery Learning Process for Mathematics [Noteshelf App]
III. Myths and Challenges (10 minutes)
IV. Student-Content Interactivity (30 minutes)
a. Direct Instruction
b. Video Recording Technology Demonstration and Uses in a Math Class [Screen-O-Matic, Swivl, Elmo, Ipad Pro/Surface Pro]
c. Video Sharing Platforms Demonstration for 24/7 Learning [Google Drive, Swivl, Dropbox, Wondershare and Youtube]
d. Close-Caption Options [Youtube]
e. Interactive Video Options [Mathxl, Zaption, Schoology]
V. 24/7 Open Access to Resources (10 minutes)
a. Domain Name [Go Daddy]
b. Website Host [Google Sites, Weebly]
VI. Student-Teacher Interactivities (15 minutes)
a. One-to-one Advisement
b. Target Goals and Progress Checks
c. Creating an online class grade calculator for unconventional assessments [Google Sheets]
VII. Student Outcomes/Results/Testimonies (5 minutes)
VIII. Questions and Answers (Remaining Time)

Supporting research

Edutopia on Youtube "The Flipped Learning Tool Kit"
Bergmann,Sams: Flip Your Classroom: Reach Every Student in Every Class Every Day (2012)
Bergmann,Sams: Flipped Learning: Gateway to Student Engagement (2014)
Bergmann,Sams: Flipped Learning for Math Instruction (2015)



Trisha Danielle Unten, Guam Community College

Trisha Danielle Unten, a Microsoft Certified Educator, currently works as a math instructor at Guam Community College while pursuing her Ph.D. in eLearning at Northcentral University. She earned a M.Ed. in Secondary Education Instructional Technology and a B.A. in Mathematics and Secondary Education. As an educator since 2004, she has continuously advocated and conducted training for various forms of technology from online grade books, google docs, eLearning, class websites, interactive videos, and now flipped-mastery. As a life-long learner, she is continuously in pursuit of innovative ideas and technology to support ALL students’ needs for 100% success. www.trishaunten.com

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