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Thursday, July 17 • 10:20am - 11:25am
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Transforming class culture to make things personal using the flipped classroom model.

With the increasing demand to make courses more rigorous and cover more material, it can be challenging to find the time to check in with each student in your classroom on a daily basis. How do you ensure that you are able to address each of your student's questions, concerns and comprehension? How will you have enough time to connect with each and every one of your students on a personal level? Stacey will explain how the flipped model can be used to create a participatory learning environment. Through pre-recording lessons and sending the teacher-driven lecture home, students can regain a voice in the classroom. Interactive elements, such as embedded quizzes, can help give the teacher a snapshot of individual learners' needs and customize one-on-one and small group conversations.


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Stacey Roshan

Upper School Math Teacher, Bullis School
Stacey Roshan is an Upper School math teacher at Bullis School in Maryland. Having noticed the high levels of anxiety surrounding her students, Stacey realized that the traditional classroom does not provide the right tools in order for students to stay caught up and engaged with course material. Because of this, she decided to flip her AP Calculus class and has since applied an inverted model to her Honors Algebra 2 class.


Thursday July 17, 2014 10:20am - 11:25am
Terrace - Lower Level Boston Park Plaza