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Friday, March 3 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Blend, Flip, Make: Cooking up Teaching Change

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Blended Learning, Flipped Classrooms, and Maker Spaces are hot topics in education, but what do they all mean? How can you use them in your classroom? This session will explain each of these techniques and explore how these educational technology enhanced methodologies can be used to make meaningful changes in your teaching. See how you can implement pedagogical techniques like Universal Design for Learning (UDL), Project Based Learning (PBL), and mastery learning by leveraging the educational opportunities made possible with technology and 1:1 programs. Give your students more time for active learning, collaboration, and practical creative projects. Don’t just adapt the technology to your teaching but expand the possibilities for you and your students.

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Philip Pulley

Teacher, Fieldcrest High School CUSD 6
I am a 20-year educator and educational technology trainer. I currently teach high school history, video production, and dual credit communications. I have taught for six years in a 1:1 environment using the flipped classroom model. I have presented and conducted tech training at... Read More →

Friday March 3, 2017 3:30pm - 4:30pm

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