Flipping for Student-Centered Learning

Jean Singers and Andrew Swan

March 6, 2018

NELMS Conference Center, North Andover, MA


Flipping the direct instruction lets you become the coach your students need to engage in higher-order thinking, projects, activities AND ensure that all students learn essential details about that subject. We'll help develop a unit with accountability for video-based learning, meaningful class activities, and authentic assessment. (Designed for grades 6-12)

Registration & Schedule

8:30 Registration, Coffee and light pastries
9:00 –12:00 Workshop
12:00 –1:00 Lunch on your own
1:00 –3:00 Workshop

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PLEASE NOTE: A minimum of 10 attendees is required.

Presenter Bio

Jean and Andrew have worked together at the Bigelow Middle School for 13 years and have been teaching 8th grade Social Studies with a flipped-classroom model the past four years, because they realized that other methods deprived students of the deeper learning, essential information, and/or special intervention they all deserve. They have presented in several New England states, conducted multi-day workshops, and shared their methods through the Flipped Learning Network.