Differentiating the Flipped Classroom
Facilitated by Eric Carbaugh and Kristina Doubet
May 5: 2p.m. - 3p.m. EDT

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A flipped instructional model can be used to engage students in a more flexible in-class learning experience, both in K-12 classrooms and in the university setting. See how to structure differentiated flipped learning experiences in order to promote active learning and task investment and proactively attend to the diverse learning needs of students – both in class and out.

Eric Carbaugh and Kristina Doubet
are associate professors in the Department of Middle, Secondary, and Math Education at James Madison University as well as ASCD faculty members. They work closely with practicing teachers to help them meet the needs of diverse learners. Eric and Kristina conduct extensive training related to educational best practices throughout the United States and internationally.
Combined, they have worked with over 150 schools, districts, and organizations on the topics of differentiation, classroom assessment, flipped instruction, and curriculum deign. Their book, The Differentiated Flipped Classroom, is due out from Corwin Press in January, 2016.