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Wednesday, July 15 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Engage, Explore and Question: The Inquiry-Based Flipped Classroom

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A flipped classroom that solely moves lecture to home and homework to class is only slightly more effective than the reverse. The question for educators intrigued by flipped learning (or put off by it) should be “How can I structure my class in way that students are questioning, thinking, collaborating, writing, and growing as learners?” I’ll be sharing how my colleague and I (Steve Kelly) collaborated to create an inquiry based math classroom with flipped lessons as the backbone of the class. I'll discuss how this resulted in more engaged students, deeper conversations, and a more solid understanding of the mathematics.

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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 →


Wednesday July 15, 2015 1:00pm - 2:00pm
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