Flipped Learning is a framework that enables educators to reach every student in every classroom every day. The flipped approach inverts the traditional classroom model by introducing the course material before class, allowing teachers to use class time to guide each student through active, practical, innovative applications of the course content.
Flipped Learning is transformative because shifting the basic instruction outside of the classroom gives educators the class time to use all forms of active learning strategies. As such, Flipped Learning is a framework that enables and supports all of the most effective instructional models of the day.
Jon Bergmann, one of the pioneers of the flipped classroom invites us to get started…..
RESCON ANZ 2019 will be held at Griffith University, Queensland College of Arts Southbank Brisbane on Friday 18 and Saturday 19 October 2019 with a Masterclass on Thursday 17 October with Jon Bergmann.
RESCON, powered by Flipped Learning 3.0, will tackle some of the biggest issues facing teachers and schools with a focus on Innovation.
The conference program will be mapped to the AALAS (Academy of Active Learning Arts and Sciences) Global Standards; General Standards.
The General Standards are a Flipped Learning road map to help educators reach every student in every class every day. These standards save time and support effective implementation of global best practices while avoiding typical mistakes. They are organized into eleven domains for clarity.