Super Special Registration closes 16 December 2016 (from AU $495.00)
FlipCon NZ 2017 is an international conference embracing Flipped Learning featuring Jon Bergmann, Flipped Learning Pioneer. Emerging and established flipped educators will want to attend this concentrated, high touch, hands-on conference. The conference will be held at Samuel Marsden Collegiate School, Marsden Avenue, Wellington NZ on Friday 23 and Saturday 24 June 2017.
If you have no prior experience in flipping a class or school the beginner track could be for you. However you will still get a great deal out of any other concurrent session so don’t be afraid to choose from there too.
If you have been flipping your class you can choose from a range of tracks including Flip a Lesson, Making Flipped Resources, Assessment, What happens at home, Pedagogy and Best Practices, Scaling, Research or one of the Spotlight sessions.
If you have reached or would like to reach Mastery level you can select the Masterclass option, an extended conference experience.
When you return to your school after attending, you will have the skills, knowledge and passion to start or continue to cultivate a learner centred classroom and get to know your students better.
Take a look at the full progam and costs at: www.ereg.me/FlipConNZ
Register now at the Super Special Price of just AU $495.00 per person (until 16 December 2016).
You can also attend the Masterclass stream with Jon Bergmann to challenge yourself and push your ideas even further, at the Super Special Price of just AU $795.00 per person. Find out more about the Masterclass option @ www.ereg.me/FlipConNZ/Masterclass
Jon and the team look forward to meeting you in Wellington NZ in June 2017.
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