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Thursday, July 25 • 10:20am - 11:25am
Learning Should Feel Like Play. Reducing Student Anxiety Levels Through the Flipped Model.

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Imagine teaching an advanced placement calculus class with strong achievement expectations. How would you ensure that students’ anxiety in high stakes AP level courses would not undermine their ability to reach their full potential and master challenging topics? In this session, Stacey will explain how, through pre-recording lessons and sending the teacher-driven lecture home, students can regain a voice in the classroom, transforming the classroom environment into a more calm, excited, inspiring atmosphere where learning can truly thrive.

In this session, you will learn:
• How a teacher can leverage technology to reduce student anxiety
• How a teacher can foster independent and resourceful learning using a flipped approach
• How to reclaim class time for individualization and differentiation in the flipped classroom


Speakers
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Stacey Roshan

Upper School Math Teacher, Bullis School
Stacey Roshan is an Upper School math teacher at Bullis School in Maryland. Having noticed the high levels of anxiety surrounding her students, Stacey realized that the traditional classroom does not provide the right tools in order for students to stay caught up and engaged with course material. Because of this, she decided to flip her AP Calculus class and has since applied an inverted model to her Honors Algebra 2 class.


Thursday July 25, 2013 10:20am - 11:25am
Cambridge - 4th Floor (A wing)