The flipped classroom and student-centered learning – ISTE presentation
If you’ve ever wondered what the benefits of a flipped classroom are, or how to use SMART products with this teaching strategy – today’s ISTE presentation by educator Dan Bohn is one you definitely don’t want to miss!
This math teacher from Hononegah High School in Rockton, Illinois will be presenting, The flipped classroom and student-centered learning, today at 11 a.m. in booth 3313.
Dan will be focusing on how he uses the recording feature in SMART Notebook to create videos of lessons that can be posted online for students. He will also demonstrate how he records a lesson and posts it to his webpage.
This SMART Exemplary Educator and SMART Certified Trainer will be sharing his experiences ‘flipping’ his geometry classes to create more time for interactive activities and guided practice, and explain how absent and struggling students in his Algebra II class have benefitted from his recorded lessons.
Have you flipped your classroom or do you plan to? Share your experiences in the comments below.
Dan became a SMART Certified Trainer in 2008 and a SMART Exemplary Educator in 2010. Over the last five years, he has designed and taught SMART Board courses through our Regional Office of Education and Aurora University. Dan has delivered SMART Board presentations at the following conferences:
- Raising Student Achievement Conference, 2008 and 2010
- Northern Illinois Association of Mathematics Teachers, 2009
- Global Education for the 21st Century Conference, 2010
- Bloomington SMART Users Conference, 2010 and 2011
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