The end of FlipCon means big changes for flipped learning

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According to Bennett, there’s going to be more of an emphasis on connecting local educators with each other for meetups, edcamps, or visits to established flipped classrooms. If you’ve never attended a FlipCon, you may have missed your chance.

Year of #SayingYes


Had I not had a few articles published and read by local educators, I might not have attended my first EdCamp. Had I not attended my first EdCamp, I wouldn’t have been introduced to so many great tools like Flipgrid and Peardeck! Kelly Grotrian East Brunswick High School East Brunswick, NJ Twitter: @MsGrotrian Kelly has taught for East Brunswick Public Schools since January 2007 as a Secondary Social Studies Teacher.

EdCampBLC- Free "Unconference" on July 16


At the first annual EduBloggerCon in Atlanta on June 23, 2007 it was suggested that regional EduBloggerCon events be held to expand participation. In that spirit, and in conjunction with the traditions of regional Edcamp events "p romoting organic, participant-driven professional development for K-12 educators worldwide" this 4th annual FREE "unconference" is being planned (thanks to the generosity of Alan November ) just prior to, the Building Learning Communities Conference (BLC12).