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Wednesday, July 15 • 8:30am - 9:30am
Leveraging The Flipped Classroom to Foster Writing and Discourse in Mathematics

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One of the most important skills our students need in the 21st century is the ability to communicate effectively. In addition, we know that learning should be social, where concepts are constructed in the students’ minds as often as possible. Creating these situations in a math classroom is often difficult but the flipped environment provides a perfect context for powerful discourse around mathematics to flourish. We will share ways in which we leverage flipping to foster quality conversations and writing opportunities in math class from an elementary, middle, and high school perspective. This session includes teachers from each grade level so there's something for everyone!

Speakers
avatar for Delia Bush

Delia Bush

Teacher, Alpine Elementary School
While studying to become a teacher, I attended Michigan State University. After graduation, I moved to West Michigan, where I got a job teaching 1st grade. I have been teaching for 13 years, and my current assignment is 5th grade. While I teach ELA and math, I only flip my math class. I have been flipping for 4 years, and every year it looks a little bit different. I work in an at-risk school, where 78% of our population receives free/reduced... Read More →
avatar for Zach Cresswell

Zach Cresswell

Math Teacher, Mt. Pleasant High School
Zach is in his fifth year teaching high school mathematics in a flipped classroom environment in Mid-Michigan. He currently teaches AP Calculus, Pre-calculus, and Algebra II. He believes that technology can be a tool to help differentiate instruction, create higher level thinking opportunities, give students choice, increase collaboration, and foster creativity. He enjoys teaching, learning, tweeting (@z_cress), innovating, creating, and spending... Read More →
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Tara Maynard

8th math teacher, Zeeland Public Schools
Tara is first a learner then a teacher who thrives on challenges. She has taught 8th grade math at Creekside Middle School in Zeeland for 17 years, the last 3 in a flipped environment with iPads 1:1. Her passions are technology, math and mentoring student teachers. She is a coach who inspires to teach life lessons and a mother who loves her daughters and husband. Tara is currently addicted to iBooks Author, Flipped Classroom, Twitter, and Moomers... Read More →


Wednesday July 15, 2015 8:30am - 9:30am
A224

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