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Tuesday, July 14 • 10:45am - 11:45am
Table 1-A218-Visual Lesson Plans For Flipped Learning

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One of the biggest obstacles for teachers starting to flip their teaching is visualizing how a lesson will take shape: what they need to do, what students will do, and how the parts will fit together to achieve learning outcomes. Visual lesson plans use colors, icons, and graphics to illustrate components and methods of a flipped lesson. Visual representations are more engaging to students than written outlines and more clearly communicate expectations and requirements, inside and outside the classroom. They can even help convey the purpose of flipping to students, administrators, and colleagues. Come to see examples of visual lesson plans for flipped learning from a variety of grade levels and subjects. Then walk through using basic tools like Google Draw and Google Charts to create them, and learn how to post them on your class website or platform to link to tools and tasks.

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avatar for Nathan Bierma

Nathan Bierma

Educational Technologist, Calvin Theological Seminary
Nathan Bierma is Educational Technologist and Associate Director of Distance Education at Calvin Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He blogs at Portable Pedagogy (portablepedagogy.tumblr.com) and tweets at @nbierma. He has spoken on flipped learning at MACUL and other edtech conferences.


Tuesday July 14, 2015 10:45am - 11:45am
Table 1-A218 Wells Hall, Floor 2