Flipping Your Classroom & PD

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Do your students need you to help them in small groups or individually?

Do you wish you could clone yourself when teaching?

The Flipped Classroom is one in which teacher presentations are videotaped, and students have a chance to watch on their own time. Then during class, the students practice what they have learned under the guidance of the teacher. This workshop will explore various online resources for flipping your class and will explore how to use digital tools to create your own flipped class. Read more & register here!

 

Don’t miss our other #METCpd this summer!

Register before May 9 with promo code METC50 and save 50%! Throughout the month of May, use promo code METCpd and save 25%!

Google Mania:  Mini Boot Camp 6/6 – 6/7

Using Mobile Devices in the Classroom

Adventures in STEM: Learn To Code 

Digital Citizenship: It’s Common Sense

Google Extensions, Add-Ons & More

Google Mania: Mini Boot Camp 7/6 – 7/7

METC Maker Summer Institute: Empowering Creative Minds

Cool Tools and Free Resources for Teachers


 


 

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