Want a preview of #FlipTech2020? Take a look at this!
This is a great introduction to flipped learning, and specifically the 4-Pillars of F-L-I-P learning. With a good foundation in solid practice and pedagogy tools like Edmodo can help you create a framework that allows you to jump into flipped learning. Kate has over 20 year experience in the classroom and many of those with flipped learning. Check out this 17 minute presentation by Kate and join her for a live chat July 15th at 11 AM Eastern US time or 10AM central US time.
Kate is just one of over two dozen presenters from around the world participating in #FlipTech2020 so search for us on twitter or check out our event page here at https://fliptech.flippedlearning.org/
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Kate Baker (@KtBkr4) currently works with Edmodo and was an English teacher at Southern Regional High School in Manahawkin, NJ, as well as a contributing author of Flipping 2.0: Practical Strategies for Flipping Your Classroom. With two decades of teaching experience, Kate is adept at integrating technology in her classes using flipped-blended learning strategies and has been recognized as a Jacobs Educator by the University of Indiana, PBS LearningMedia Local Digital Innovator, American Graduate Champion, and as an Edmodo Certified Trainer. Passionate about evolving authentic learning into digital formats, Kate leads by example, sharing her expertise via Twitter chats, blogging, e-journals, and leading professional development sessions at regional, national, and international conferences including NCTE, CEL, FlipCon, ECET2NJPA, NJEA, TeachMeetNJ, FliptechEC, NJAMLE, NJCTE, and ISTE. You can also connect with Kate on Twitter @KtBkr4 and read about her teaching techniques on her blog, Baker’s BYOD
While we are at it, join us July 12th-16th as the Flipped Learning Network offers a free online virtual conference that builds on the ideas in this series and so many more. https://bit.ly/FLIPTECH2020ATTENDEE
The Flipped Learning Network, a non-profit community of educators focused on sharing and supporting ideas and good practice in flipped, blended, and flexible learning environments that reflect the four pillars that help define F-L-I-P.
We are also a community built on collaboration and sharing. If you would like to share your thoughts, ideas, blogs, vlogs, tweets, toks, papers, questions, or comments with us we would love to hear from you via the comment discussions in our posts, through our contact page (https://flippedlearning.org/contact), or via Twitter (we are @FlippedLearning) or Facebook.