Dr. Lodge McCammon’s Keynote on Flipping Your Classroom

Dr. Lodge McCammon‘s Keynote at the Midwest Education Technology Conference (METC) helps us re-envision the flipped classroom. He looks well beyond the idea that a flipped classroom is merely one where teachers have students watch lessons on video and then review that content in class.

Dr. McCammon touches on redefining accountability, building efficiencies, developing engaging activities and more during this captivating keynote address. He uses the flipped model to open his keynote and at various points throughout and even leverages video throughout his presentation to show how easy it can be to use and how powerful of a tool it is.

If you are already using a flipped model, or are considering one moving forward, take a look at this keynote address and  pull from the ideas and concepts presented by Dr. McCammon.

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