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I am a high school principal and would love to send teachers to a conference; however, your conference is scheduled for June, at the same time that those of us in the east are in the midst of finals, etc. Have you considered fall and spring possibilities?
Will there be any conferences in the New England area?
Are there any webinars offered at Pacific or Alaska time. I am in the Alaska timezone and teacher when the webinars are offered?
Will the events be archived to view at another time for those who are in class?
Where can I find out more information about the nov 7 workshop in Hartford. I want to go!
Registration is open.
Go to the Events page and link from there.
Go to the Events page above and click through to register.
The deadline was last night, but we’ll keep the link up for a few more days.
RSVPs start today.
Yes, the webinars will be archived and posted for review.
Yes, register now. Click on the Events page. Looking forward to it!!
Go to http://www.flippedlearning.org/events to register and read more.
Yes, all of them will be available to view after the fact. Sign up and you will get access to watch/listen.
You can view the webinar at any time afterwards. Sorry, there is no “perfect time” to host these events, but the archive feature is great!
What is the cost to attend the summer conference in Minnesota? I’m requesting professional development funds from the school, but I did not see the registration costs on the event page.
Ditto on Peter’s question.
The rates are now posted on the FlipCon13 Annual Conf page.
â€śEvents « flipped learningâ€ť was indeed a beneficial blog post.
If merely there was a lot more weblogs just like this one in the actual world-wide-web.
Anyways, many thanks for your personal precious time, Edgardo
I am an instructional technology support staff member at a community college and we are starting to flip (or at least tilt) classes. Is the intended audience more leaning K-12 or can all levels benefit from the information at the conference?
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