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Wednesday, July 15 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
It Takes a Village to Flip a Classroom

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If the flipped learning movement can take root in a small, high-poverty charter school, it can take root anywhere. This session will highlight the importance of administrator-teacher collaboration in bringing the flipped classroom to any school, by focusing on Lift for Life Academy (LFLA), an urban charter school of 600 6th-12th graders in St. Louis, Missouri. Very few students at LFLA have consistent Internet access at home and the in-school technology is limited, at best. Although LFLA does not appear to be a school where the flipped learning movement can thrive, teachers at LFLA have been overcoming obstacles and flipping for years. The flipped learning movement is strong at LFLA because the teachers and administrators work together to make it happen. Through group discussion and brainstorming, participants will outline a plan for teacher-administrator collaboration to introduce or expand flipped learning in their schools.

Speakers
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Andrea Zeiter

6th Grade Math Teacher, Lift for LIfe Academy
Andrea Zeiter graduated from Maryville University in St. Louis with a BA in history. She earned her law degree at Tulane University in New Orleans. After she graduated from law school and enrolled in an alternate certification teaching program, she realized her true passion – teaching at-risk students in high-needs schools. This is her fifth year teaching. She has been flipping her 6th grade math classroom for over two years. She teaches at... Read More →


Wednesday July 15, 2015 2:15pm - 3:15pm
A224

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