A few weeks ago I wrote about ClickView’s Flipped Education Leaders’ Roundtable. This event was designed to bring together some of the most innovative and prominent educators from across Australia and New Zealand to share learning and expertise around flipped education, the method of freeing up face-to-face teaching time by delivering direct instruction prior to class most usually via video.
It was an intense day of presentations and discussion that yielded some really valuable insights for how the practice of flipping the classroom can be honed and channelled to really bolster meaningful educational outcomes for students. Below is a collection of some of the presentations from the day that cover a variety of topics from flipping for the Primary School to scaling Flipped Education and PBL schoolwide.
Taken together the day itself, and these presentations represent a collective passion for outstanding teaching practice with the vision to boost student engagement and outcomes and I hope they offer you ideas and insights that will assist you in your endeavours to maximise face-to-face teaching time with students.
Flipped Education Roundtable Presentations
The Expert Flipped Educators
The five flipped educators who made the above presentations include:
- Heather Davis, Corpus Christi Catholic High School
- Jeremy Cumming, Catholic Archdiocese of Christchurch
- Stephanie Kriewaldt, Trinity Lutheran College
- Kurt Challinor, Parramatta Marist High School
- Steven Griffiths, Cavendish Road State High School
To see what the ClickView Development team unveiled to the flipped teachers during the Roundtable workshop, I recommend this article by Joe Pour.