Join Tom Driscoll and Jason Appel, nationally recognized Flipped Learning experts, for a full-day workshop where educators will actively and collaboratively develop flipped lessons they can use in their classroom. After exploring Flipped Learning strategies for success, including a facilitated hands-on session with key edtech tools for flipping, teachers will work in small teams to create dynamic flipped lessons. Participants will not only leave with their own high quality lesson that can be implemented in the fall, but also the knowledge and skills needed to flip lessons in the future and help personalize instruction for all students!
Due to this event’s hands-on and interactive approach, seating is limited so register quickly.
Participants are encouraged to bring their own device (laptop or tablet) to fully engage in the workshop.
Breakfast and Lunch will be Provided
Mon., August 15 • 8 AM - 3 PM
8:00 AM: Registration
8:30 AM: Keynote Speakers: Tom Driscoll & Jason Appel
9:30 AM: EdTech for Flipping (Hands-On Exploration of Key Tools)
10:30 AM: Planning Dynamic Flipped Lessons
12:00 PM: Lunch
12:30 PM: Demo Slam: Make It Interactive!
1:00 PM: Collaborative Flipped Lesson Creation
2:30 PM: Flipped Lessons Showcase
Seats Available: 30
Early Registration (by July 15)
Member - $100
Non-member - $125
Registration (after July 15)
Member - $115
Non-member - $145Want to take advantage of RISTE member discount?
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ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Tom Driscoll is the Director of Educational Technology for the Bristol Warren Regional School District in Rhode Island. Previously, Tom taught high school social studies for eight years in northeastern Connecticut. He regularly speaks at conferences, consults with school districts, and has authored chapters for several books on instructional technology, including the recent ISTE publication "Flipped Learning: Gateway to Student Engagement." In 2012, Tom authored a study while completing his MA program at Columbia University called "Flipped Learning and Democratic Education." Follow Tom on Twitter @Mr_Driscoll.
Jason Appel is a math teacher and one-to-one Technology Integration Fellow at Barrington High School, and a Fuse RI Fellow for the Highlander Institute. He has 20 years of middle and high school teaching experience in Rhode Island and New York City. He regularly presents his work at conferences and with school districts around New England. This year he appeared as a guest on the Meet Education Project Podcast and was published on EdSurge.com. He is passionate about redefining the classroom in order to meet the needs of all students. Learn more about Jason and his work at www.jasonkappel.com and follow him on Twitter @jason_appel.