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Friday, March 3 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Lessons Learned From Flipping In The Middle School: Tech Tools and Tactics For Success

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Just as 1:1 learning has grown in the past five years, so too has the flipped learning movement. But what makes some flipped lessons successful and some not? What new tools are out there for teachers, as well as for students, to use to flip lessons? And what REALLY is flipped learning? In this session, Suzanne Molloy will share her own experience flipping her lessons in the language arts classroom, her successes and failures along the way, as well as what tech tools are readily available to use in your school tomorrow.

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Suzanne Molloy

iCoach, Caruso
Suzanne is an Instructional Coach at Caruso Middle School in Deerfield as well as an Edmodo Ambassador and Certified Trainer. She began her career as an ELA and social studies teacher in 1996. She began flipping many of her language arts lessons in 2013 and tracked her successes and failures along the way on her blog, Flipping Out In The Middle School. She is an advocate for infusing technology in the classroom and using data to drive lesson... Read More →


Friday March 3, 2017 10:30am - 11:30am
Broadway C