Thanks to all of today’s educators that attended the 1st Michigan Flipteaching Conference at Byron Center High School. We had educators from all over Michigan, at least one from Wisconsin and one from California. Thanks to our Keynote speaker Brian Bennett (@bennettscience) who also presented sessions on Flipping 101 with David Fouch (@davidfouch) and Science Flipping with Dan Spencer (@runfardvs) and Doug Ragan (@dragan39). Special thanks to the following work session presenters Steve Kelly Math Flipping, Greg Reinstein Elective Flipping (@stinesworld1), Delia Bush (DeliaBush) for Elementary Flipping, David Fouch and Karl Lindgren-Streicher (@kls4711) Social Studies Flipping, Melonie Cargill Clintondale Assistant Principal on How to Flip a Whole School, and Cheryl Morris (@guster4lovers), Andrew Thomasson (@thomasson_engl), and April Gudenrath (@agudteach) Flipping English via a On Air Google + Hangout from California, North Carolina and Colorado. We had many more educators volunteer for the edcamp style sessions too.
Thanks to our sponsors TechSmith (@TechSmithEDU) for providing lunch, representatives, sessions, and prizes, Barbara Tallant and Tina Scheinder of LiveBinders (@LiveBinders) for a swag and a free one year subscription, Sophia.com (@sophia) for t-shirts, Mentor Mob (@MentorMob) for swag, and Byron Center Public Schools and Byron Center High School for providing the venue at no charge. Special thanks to BCHS Principal Scott Joseph ( ) for hosting and fixing a major internet outage that popped up the morning of the conference.
Finally thanks to the organizing committee: Dan Spencer, Delia Bush, Karl Lindgren-Streicher (who flew in from the Bay Area of California at his own expense), Doug Ragan, Anne Thorp (@athorp) for the hours of planning and preparation via Twitter, email and Google + Hangouts and set up the night before. We will posting resources related to flipping very soon. We look forward to doing this again next year.