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Tuesday, July 14 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Tools For Beginning Standards-Based Learning

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Flipped Learning is the first step toward a learner-centered classroom, but we propose that you haven’t truly crossed that chasm until you incorporate Standards-Based Learning. In this session, you’ll have the opportunity to begin your Standards-Based leap by participating in practical how-to exercises that are essential to the process. Hassan and Amanda, who both teach in flipped, standards-based environments, will provide you with concrete starting points, a roadmap for development, and tools to tackle some common challenges of Standards-Based Learning. If you are one of the many flipped teachers who is considering Standards-Based Learning but don’t know where to begin, this is the session for you. Applicable to all content areas and grade levels.

Speakers
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Amanda Meyer

High School Science Teacher/District Technology Integrationist, Springfield High School
Amanda teaches in rural Minnesota and has been using aspects of flipped learning in her high school Biology classes for five years. Her goal is to guide students in developing the skills and attitudes of curious, life-long learners. Hassan is a middle school life science teacher in New York. He began flipping at the end of the '12-'13 school year. He chronicles his experiences with flipped learning at wilsonsflippedlab.blogspot.com. Despite... Read More →
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Hassan Wilson

Science Department Chair, Friends Seminary


Tuesday July 14, 2015 2:15pm - 3:15pm
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