SimpleK12 and their Team of Experts present…



Wednesday, March 25th From 12pm- 3:30pm CST

Simplek12 Lead Moderator


With Featured Presenter


Conference Schedule…
Using Virtual Field Trips in Your Flipped or Blended Classroom
12:00-12:3 PM CST
Getting Started with Blended Learning
1:00-1:30 PM CST
Design a Student-Centered Flipped Lesson That Encourages Exploration and Inquiry
2:00-2:30 PM CST
How to Create Your Own Digital Content and Grow your Online Programs
3:00-3:30 PM CST 
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[WEBINAR] echo 360: Are your students zoned out?


Thursday, March 19, 2015 at 10 AM CST

A University of Ottawa professor reveals his secrets to getting 99% class participation and improving learning outcomes in the process.

When Dr. Colin Montpetit, Assistant Professor of Science Education, decided to incorporate a student engagement solution into his large enrollment class with 3 sections of 200 students in each, the results were nothing short of remarkable. In his own words, his course became an “active learning zone” as student participation and classroom interaction soared.

Join Dr. Montpetit for this complimentary Webinar to hear his personal experience, research findings and tried and true teaching tips on:

How to make the most of student engagement systems and student devices.
Why increased student participation and engagement translates into student success.
How adding interactive questions to your digital presentations gives you real-time insight into student comprehension.

Who Should Attend: All Faculty especially those interested in using lecture capture software, and those that are interested in using technology to teach are highly encouraged to attend.



Make Your Students FLIP for Learning Using Video – Free Webinar

elearning-laptopIn this FREE 1 hour webinar, librarian and technology integrationist Shannon McClintock Miller will share with you how to integrate video into instruction using digital tools, creative projects, and global connections. Technologies covered include:

  • eBookTalks
  • Augmented Reality
  • QR Codes
  • Mobile technology
  • Two-way live video meetings

Event Time & Location

  • Day: Wednesday June 4th
  • Time: 3:00-4:00 PM CST
  • Viewing Location: Milwaukee Campus – Main Building, Faculty Innovation Center – Room M201A  OR on your own PC!

To RSVP or request the registration form for viewing the webinar on your own, complete the Webinar Request Form.

Flipped Classroom Webinar in M201A (Downtown Campus)

Join the Webinar

A complimentary webinar event sponsored by Echo360.

Thursday, 8 May at 10 AM CST

Dr. Russell Mumper, Vice Dean of the UNC at Chapel Hill Eshelman School of Pharmacy, shares the many ways using Echo360 to flip the classroom has changed his teaching approach and positively impacted the classroom dynamic.

Join us for this complimentary webinar and hear how Dr. Mumper conducted his three-year study on the flipped classroom. Learn:

  • Why Dr. Mumper chose flipping the classroom to make the most of class time and foster interaction
  • How the technology was selected to support the study
  • What changes were made to the course, and how the students responded
  • How flipping the class increased engagement, flipped their perception of how they learned, and increased exam scores by 5%
  • Lessons learned that will help other instructors interested in flipping their class

Talk amongst yourselves – Twitter users use #flippedclass to post your thoughts during the live event! http://echo360.com/news

Click here to RSVP!

 Russell Mumper, PhD (link to bio)

Distinguished Professor, UNC/NCSU Joint Dept. of Biomedical Engineering
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Eshelman School of Pharmacy @RJMumper

8 Resources for Using Flipped Classrooms

flipped-classroom-logo“Flipped Classroom” is one of the buzzwords of the 21st Century teacher, but what does it really mean?  The term describes a teaching model where the typical lecture and homework elements of a course are reversed.  It is oftentimes associated with blended classrooms and active learning.

In a flipped class, the instructor creates or curates a collection of  high-quality audio-visual lecture materials for students to review outside of class. The students review the information in the lecture materials at their own pace to prepare for  higher-level learning activities in class. During classtime, the instructor guides students through active, collaborative activities where the information students reviewed in the online lectures is analyzed, evaluated, and used to create meaning or new information.

Although this model has much potential for improving learning outcomes by addressing the multiple modalities through which  students learn, flipped classrooms take substantial planning to implement effectively. To learn more about this popular teaching model, and if it is right for your students, we recommend reviewing the following resources. Continue reading