How to Avoid the
3 Most Common Mistakes 
Teachers Make When Flipping Their Class

Meeting the needs of all your students, every day, and create a rigorous engaging environment without working 60 hour weeks.

In this Workshop, You will learn:

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How to set students up for success so that they feel confident and empowered when they walk into your class with the assignment done.

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The different ways to create your videos so that you can choose the style that works best for you.

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The most effective way to create time for those higher-level activities and still meet the demands of the pacing guide.

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A game plan that prepares you for the different hurdles you might experience so that you are set up for success from day 1.

The Flipped Classroom Model is one of the best ways to meet the needs of all of your students

Last year was one of the most difficult years as a teacher.  We had difficulty getting through the standards at a mastery level and students had difficulty learning the information.  This new school year it is going to be even more important to differentiate our classes to meet our students needs.  

The flipped classroom model is one of the best ways to help students learn the basic concepts and provide students the support they need in class.

Join me to learn how you can better meet your students needs, help them to master the standards, and do it all while meeting the constraints of the pacing.

This Workshop is a Must Attend if...

  • You’re motivated, compassionate, and driven but getting tired of trying to figure out how you are supposed to meet all of the needs of your students while working within the pacing guidelines. 
  • You’re tired of spending most of your days lecturing and trying to get students to understand the basic information and vocabulary when really all you want to do is get them applying, creating, and evaluating. 
  • You’ve heard of the benefits of the flipped classroom but you don’t see how it could possibly work with your students. 
  • You’re an innovative teacher who wants to maximize their instructional time and get students doing more high-level activities. 
  • You’re done with time-sucking lectures and are ready to make your lessons more engaging. 

A Personal Invitation from Kristi...

It was my 10th year teaching and my 8th year of teaching the then-new California Science Standards. I was missing the days when students were doing projects and tons of hands-on activities. I was spending so much time lecturing and trying to help them learn the basics that I wasn’t able to do as many labs, inquiry investigations, or projects as I wanted. I had students that were struggling to keep up with the notes and others that were so fast in note-taking that they were bored and starting to cause problems.

I knew there had to be a better way. I discovered the flipped classroom model where students learn the basics at home and time in class is then spent engaging and applying. I was doing more activities, more labs, and my students were enjoying science again. Through the years I have developed strategies that have allowed me to create a successful flipped classroom environment that encourages students to take ownership of their learning. This strategy was even more important last year when my students needed to learn during their asynchronous time.

I want to share my knowledge with you so that you can successfully flip your classroom the first year and not through trial and error over the next few years like I did.

Choose the time that works best for you.

See you there!