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  • East Lansing, Michigan is in the Eastern Time Zone
  • Conference Session Location: Michigan State University, Wells Hall, 619 Red Cedar Rd, East Lansing, Mi, 48824
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Wednesday, July 15 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
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In this high-energy, entertaining presentation, attendees will be engaged in some “How to” lessons for creating teacher-made videos that are interesting to students and motivate them to learn. The use of Project-Based Learning and student-made videos will also be discussed. The focus will be on high school science, but materials and methods can be applied to ALL SUBJECT AREAS at ALL GRADE LEVELS. I began flipping my 11th grade Biology class in 2011, the same year I began teaching Blended Biology. I have since very successfully flipped my 12th grade Honors Human Anatomy & Physiology class. Students are engaged outside of the classroom with teacher-made and student-made videos to enhance the learning process. Since the beginning, I have found ways to make learning entertaining and fun for the students, while holding them to a high standard to ensure their preparation for success at the college level.

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Gerry Marchand

Science Teacher & Innovation Specialist, Huntley High School & Elgin Community College
I began using the flipped model in my high school science classrooms in 2011. I've taught 11th and 12th graders in Biology, Honors Biology, Blended Biology, and Honors Human Anatomy & Physiology as well as Introductory Biology courses at the community college level (lecture-based). Next year, I have 3 Blended Honors Human Anatomy & Phys. sections. | If you're as smart as you look, you'll come have fun at my session learning about making... Read More →

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

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