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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 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Teacher Truth or Dare

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Flipped Classroom Truth or Dare. The teenage right of passage game is turned on its ear to encourage reflection on our practices as flipped educators. Participants will be placed in a random name selector and asked to share a Truth or face a Dare! Truths will revolve around a random question generator that asks about weaknesses or deficiencies in our practices. Dares will be designed to share successes. These successes will then be turn keyed into activities for flipped educators. Hopefully, we will then share our attempts at the dares during the next school year.

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Brad Campbell

Social Studies Teacher, Cinnaminson HS
Brad Campbell, an educator for over 15 years, has taught in several districts in North and South Jersey. Having left and then returned to field, Mr. Campbell found flipping as a way to re-invent himself and his teaching. Having spoken on this and other topics at NJAMLE, ACToP, EdCampPhilly and other events, Brad brings a unique perspective on our job as teachers.

Wednesday July 15, 2015 2:15pm - 3:15pm

Attendees (17)