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About this session:
Over the last two years the classroom technology landscape has been shifting faster than ever. Teachers and administrators are putting the lecturing outside of the class and bringing the learning in with the concept of Flipped Learning. Flipped Learning is making strides across education opening new opportunities not only for student and teacher interaction and education achievement but also creating new design requirements for the AV technology in the classroom. Dynamic and interactive learning spaces are necessary; therefore technology and its capabilities must be moved to the forefront of the classroom. Flipped Learning requires collaborative classrooms in order to promote and achieve active hands-on student and teacher communication and accomplishment. Be a part of this revolutionary movement; come and learn what it means to embrace the concept of Flipped Learning, and what technology is needed to achieve a collaborative classroom.
Participants will leave with:
- Thorough understanding of what the concept of the technology required for an effective flipped classroom design
- Technology goals and hurdles of collaborative classrooms
- Insight and knowledge on how to design technology for a collaborative classroom that can also support traditional learning
About the presenter:
|Tom Barnett, Crestron Electronics, Inc.|