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  • Conference Session Location: Michigan State University, Wells Hall, 619 Red Cedar Rd, East Lansing, Mi, 48824
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Wednesday, July 15 • 8:30am - 9:30am
Flipping with a 'Spot.'

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Students benefit from the flipped method, but not all are self-motivated enough to flip. Sometimes students become overwhelmed with the choices and are unsure about where to begin or what is expected. “You didn’t each us” could easily become an excuse for incomplete work or poor assessment scores. This session will show how I use flipped tools and methods to keep a structure that meets the needs of my wide range of students: gifted, IEPs, 504s, athletes with busy schedules, all of them benefit from the flip. I’ll demonstrate activities for individual study: Quizlet flashcards, PowerPoint recordings, and Google forms. And show how independent time outside of class prepares them for activities in the classroom. Just as a gymnast has a "spot" for the difficult stunts, a teacher can flip and still maintain the structure that some students need.

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Page Pelphrey

World Language Teacher, Daniel Hand High School
Page Pelphrey is a Spanish and French teacher in Madison, Connecticut. After middle and high school teaching in North Carolina, she taught online for a cyber-school for six years where she began recording sessions and experimenting with the flip. She returned to a traditional high school and loves the personal interactions the flipped method allows her to develop with her students. She is the mother of three incredible children, has a... Read More →

Wednesday July 15, 2015 8:30am - 9:30am