FlipTech 2020 (Online): Call For Proposals


The flipped community helping the community of teachers.

Do you have something that has worked for you and your students through this massive shift in education? 

We want to give you the opportunity to share. The Flipped Learning Network and #flipclasschat is putting together a free five day virtual conference to help educators adjust to all the changes we have seen an education over the last year. This virtual conference will take place from July 12th – 16th. 

This is where you come in!

So many of you that visit this site or participate in online professional learning communities have so much to offer during this time of transition. We want to give you the opportunity to share your successes with the broader learning community. We are asking for a 15 to 60 minute presentation that could be a slideshow screen cast, video, podcast, or anything else that can communicate digitally to educators about how we can “make teaching work in 2020”.  The second, and most important, part of this process is every presentation will be followed up by a scheduled chat, video conference, live stream, etc allowing participants to ask questions dig deeper and get input directly from you the presenters.  If you would like to participate or help in some way please take a look at the Google form at the link below. 

There is another way to help if you are interested. 

We need help monitoring, moderating, or participating in these various chats allowing the presenters to focus on answering questions and the discussion while you help gather input and questions from those present. By the way we will be putting out a train video to help you understand exactly what we be asking if you choose to help in this area.  Teachers are great learners and we have full confidence that you can help.

The goal of this conference is to be a community of teachers helping the community by providing guidance, help answering questions, and anything else we can do for teachers during this tectonic shift in education.




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