October 25, 2014 

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Saturday, October 25


Flipping into Science
The session will redefine the traditional meaning of Flip and demonstrate how it can be implemented in any school. It will focus upon the following sequence providing current examples and strategies that can be used by teachers in their classroom and school setting.
Flipping the Classroom
Challenging Existing Definitions
Effective Strategies to Incorporate Technology and Literacy
Powering Up and Taking Risks
Real Pedagogies and Technology
Examples that have Worked
Self Evaluation Tools

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John Simpson

Science Teacher, Round Rock ISD
Currently a Grade 6 Science teacher who has over 30 years of experience in K-12 classrooms and Universities in Australia, Part time consultant for JDM and Teacnovation as well as a peer trainer for Pasco Scientific. I Have presented at state, national and international conferences... Read More →

Saturday October 25, 2014 9:25am - 10:15am


The Round Rock ISD Flipped Classroom
The term "flipped classroom" is so new to the educational vernacular that it is open to wide interpretation. In Round Rock ISD, we have developed a clear model of what the flipped classroom should look like in our district as well as how to implement it. This session will introduce teachers to the RRISD Flipped Classroom Model and provide tools for them to take back and use in their own classrooms.


Ms. Mattingly

Instructional Technology Specialist, Round Rock ISD
Anne Mattingly earned a bachelor's degree in History at Indiana University and a teaching certification in Social Studies and Science from Northern Illinois University. After teaching both subjects in Illinois for two years, she moved to Texas and spent three years in Round Rock ISD... Read More →

Saturday October 25, 2014 12:30pm - 1:20pm