All the signs are indicating that flipped learning is a teaching and learning phenomenon gaining rapid and strong traction globally.
Flipped learning is not complex if we focus on Jon Bergmann’s 5 essential core principles:
It is a national conference embracing flipped learning. Emerging and established flipped educators will attend this concentrated high touch, hands-on event. No prior experience in flipping a class or school is needed. When delegates return to their school after attending, they will have the skills, knowledge and passion to start or continue to cultivate a learner centred classroom and get to know their students better.
At the conference experienced flipped educators will share their knowledge, experience and skills with their colleagues offering beginner and masterclass streams and sessions focussed on: making flipped resources; pedagogy and best practice; subject specific flipping; assessment and flipping; scaling up; research; flipping a lesson; and learning outside the classroom.
Jon Bergmann is one of the pioneers in the flipped class movement after successfully flipping his own classroom and sharing the teaching model with other educators. Jon will be one of the keynote speakers at the conference.
Join Jon and other teachers experienced and not so experienced in flipped learning, at FlipCon Australia 2017. We look forward to meeting you at the host school – Inaburra School, Sydney, NSW on Friday 20 and Saturday 21 October 2017.
For further information about FlipCon Australia 2017 go to: http://www.ereg.me/FlipConAUS