June 27, 2018
9:00 – 3:30
|Presenter: Catlin Tucker
Explore how blended learning models–Station Rotation and the Flipped Classroom–can help teachers re-imagine learning in the classroom. Blended learning models create more opportunities for individualized scaffolding and support, differentiated instruction, and self-paced learning. Learn how to use the Station Rotation Model to move assessment back into the classroom, so students can receive real-time feedback as they work. Participants will experience a Station Rotation lesson then create a lesson they can use with students immediately. They will also learn how to design a flipped lesson that effectively blends in-class and online learning. Finally, teachers will see how the flipped classroom can be combined with the Station Rotation Model with the in-class flip! Teachers will leave with concrete strategies and tools they can use now!
* 1 Credit Hour pending through Hastings College.
Please Note: In order to take this course for 1 hour college credit, participants must also attend Blending Technology & Tradition: Online Discussions, Choice Boards, & Playlists on June 28th.
Persons taking this course for college credit will also be charged the ESU 9 registration fee.
Location: Aurora Public Schools
Register online: https://connect.esu9.org/workshops/SectionDetails.aspx?SectionID=996