Flipped learning and flipped classroom are current buzzwords in education. Entering either term in any search engine calls up articles and blogs posts by people sharing their successes using this pedagogical approach or asking questions about what it entails. But what is it and why is it important? Dana Johansen and Sonja Cherry-Paul are here to help you out.
Dana and Sonja wanted to find ways for students to access the concepts and resources they needed to work at their own pace. What do your students need to work on? Do they need to move forward in the workshop? Do they need a better review of concepts? Empower them with flipped learning.
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Dana Johansen has taught elementary and middle school for more than fifteen years. Dedicated to the ever-expanding applications of technology in the classroom, she presents at national conferences on the use of blogs, digital texts, and flipped learning in literacy instruction.
She is the coauthor, with Sonja Cherry-Paul, of the titles Teaching Interpretation and Flip Your Writing Workshop.
Follow Dana on Twitter @LitLearnAct.
Sonja Cherry-Paul has taught middle school English for twenty years. She is a literacy consultant who served on the Jane Addams Children’s Book Award committee for ten years. Sonja leads presentations about literacy at national conferences and provides professional development for educators on reading and writing instruction and racial literacy.
She is the coauthor, with Dana Johansen, of the titles Teaching Interpretation and Flip Your Writing Workshop.
Follow Sonja on Twitter @LitLearnAct.