“As high as 80% of veteran Flipped Learning practitioners are three to five years behind global best practices.” Jon Bergmann, Author of 10 Books on Flipped Learning.
Peter Paccone is a San Marino High School social studies teacher with 30 years of teaching experience. A big fan of tech in ed, civic learning, PBL’s, flipping, and all things TED, he frequently writes about these topics for Edutopia.org and several other online, education-related publications as well. He’s given an ED-Talk (TED-Talk style) presentation at the 2015 and 2016 California Teachers Summit and at the 2016 Arcadia Innovative Teacher Summit. His first TED-Ed Lesson – Why is it so Hard to Amend the US Constitution? – can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FwREAW4SlVY. Peter achieved his Flipped Learning Certification Level – I in October 2016.
ESL teacher, Apple Distinguished Educator and blogger. Currently, I am a teacher of English for Information Technology at a Technical Institute in Verona, Italy. By shifting away from the traditional classroom and pure textbook learning (about four years ago) I have managed to develop a more flexible approach to learning – by adjusting the pace of instruction. . Tiziana achieved Flipped Learning Certification Level – I in October 2016.
Matthew is a mathematics teacher at the high school level since 1999 and has also served as an adjunct instructflipped_final_2-07or at the local community college for the since 2004. He has been flipping his classroom since 2012 from the most basic math classes to the most advanced at the high school and college level. He has served as a representative for students and colleagues in many capacities and am convinced that true change must be shared change. . Matthew achieved his Flipped Learning Certification Level – I in October 2016.
Aimee is a Secondary Mathematics teacher at Balcombe Grammar School in Melbourne, Australia. She has been flipping her Mathematics classes for a number of years and jumped at the opportunity to achieve the Level 1 Certification. She is a passionate advocate for Flipped Learning, leading the charge at her school, as well as presenting on Flipped Learning at numerous conferences around Melbourne and Australia. Aimee is an active member on twitter and you can follow her @aimeeshack. Aimee achieved Flipped Learning Certification Level – I in October 2016.
Certifieflipped_final_2-07d from the originators of the flipped classroom ensures best practices are being taught and used in my classroom, as well as creating a PLN of fellow flipped educators which help in supporting taking on this incredible journey! Ryan achieved his Flipped Learning Certification Level – I in October 2016.
I am a life long learner. I believe relationships and communication form the basis of best practices in education. Since 1973, I have worked in both metropolitan and country locations in Australia, in both secondary and tertiary positions. I spent many years in face to face schools and now in online classes. Rhonda achieved Flipped Learning Certification Level – I in October 2016.
Shane Ferguson is a middle school math teacher at Milford Junior High School in Milford, OH and has been teaching for 16 years. In the past 4 years he has transitioned from a traditional to a flipped classroom and is in his first year of a flipped mastery approach to educating his students. Shane achieved his Flipped Learning Certification Level – I in October 2016.
I have been teaching Chemistry for 17 years in various settings including high school, community college, and 4-year university. Currently, I work at Collingswood High School which is right outside of Philadelphia on the New Jersey side of the Delaware River. This is my fourth year flipping my Chemistry Classes in some form or another. David achieved his Flipped Learning Certification Level – I in October 2016.