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Tuesday, July 14 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Being The First To Flip: The Late Adopter Who Jumped In First

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How a self-professed stick-in-the-mud became the first teacher in a very traditional district to jump off the deep end and begin the process of flipping a high school math chapter, which turned into a class, which became more classes, and is changing how I teach at the local college. I hope to share what I have learned through experience and student critique that might help others successfully move toward a flipped classroom, learning management systems, and a web-enhanced classroom to begin changing how students view school and responsibility for learning. Topics also include taking inventory of your access and assets, finding both a peer supporter and a peer skeptic, selling administration, co-workers, and parents to think differently about learning, and how to begin training your brain to teach differently. What I want from this session is your input, critique, and ideas to move past simple flipping to mastery.

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Matthew Moore

Mathematics Teacher, Mt. Zion High School/Richland Community College
I have taught the last fourteen years at Mt. Zion High School, a central Illinois district with a high school enrollment of 800 students. Each year I have taught specialized math class with high percentages of special education students, while also teaching Calculus AP-BC. I have also taught College Algebra and Statistics for the past eleven years at Richland Community College in nearby Decatur, IL. In May of 2015 I will have been utilizing the... Read More →

Tuesday July 14, 2015 1:00pm - 2:00pm

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