Looking back at FlipTech 2021
The Flipped Learning Network hosted a fully-online conference in which presenters from around the world submitted short presentations to be viewed prior to the live discussion portion of the event. The basic idea was to find a way to share “Looking Forward” we address the many student needs resulting from the pandemic’s impact on education. This series takes a look back at the presentations and some of the conversations from #FlipTech2021. To get the most out of this conference session watch both the “Pre-Work” and the “Conference Recording.”
Session B3: Q&A Humanities & Arts
Description: Is the flipped classroom possible in ELA? Can arts classes be flipped? This question and answer session has some amazing and practical “how-to” tips from an experienced ELA flipper and an an experienced flipper and learning coach. Both Kate Baker and Katie Lanier have been flipping classroom for over a decade and sharing their experiences in person and in written articles for most of that time. If you want to hear from two educators with real experience addressing real student learning needs with flipped methods this session is for you!
Facilitator: Kate Baker & Katie Lanier
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