Next week we are on our way to ATIA 2013 in Orlando Florida! We are presenting a session on “Flipping the classroom for students with special needs” and are very excited to take part in this conference. Have a look at their directory online to see everything that is available. We will be tweeting from the conference using the hashtag #atia13Â if you are looking to tune in.
We have our new post up with our presentation, list of tools and a case study on flipping the classroom with special needs.
The Flipped Classroom
The flipped classroom has been making some big waves in the last year in both K-12Â and in higher education. The infographic below gives a quick overview of what the flipped classroom is and its impact on K-12 education. We have been doing some work in the area of flipping the classroom forÂ studentsÂ with special needs and look forward to a great discussion in our session!
Created by Knewton and Column Five Media
See you in Orlando at ATIA 2013!
This means making sure you stop negative thoughts the moment
they arise and shift them into something positive as quickly as possible.
He’s starving for someone to tell him how to do better and
what is really going on. Think about it, you’re just slowing down the process.