Wednesday, October 22, 2014

The @BlackboardK12 BITS Learning Sessions #9 #BbK12Live

I've partnered with BlackboardK12 to share out the awesome sessions they are having this Fall. Educators can sign up to attend and share with other great educators what they have learned. I'll feature the session and the description on my blog each week and on my Twitter account. If you have questions, feel free to shoot a tweet to @BlackboardK12. Have fun learning and sharing!

The Flipped Classroom: Growing Student Engagement in Elementary Instrumental Music

Learn how I use Blackboard to flip my elementary beginning and intermediate strings classes. My flipped classroom facilitates logistics, builds community and makes it possible for my students to find class materials with the click of a button. In these music classes, my students and parents have all materials such as handouts, videos, photos, sheet music and lessons available 24/7 on their computers and smart phones. The flipped classroom lets me get more done during class because “homework” experiences are focused and tailored to the students’ learning and my lesson planning

Kristin Gomez. MS, Orchestra Teacher, Arlington Public Schools, VA

Kristin Gomez is currently Director of Suzuki in the Schools at Abingdon Elementary, Director of the Junior Honors Orchestra of Arlington Public Schools and strings teacher at Ashlawn Elementary School. In her 20 year teaching career she has taught Middle and High School French, Guitar and Orchestra. She is also a busy freelance viola player in the Washington, DC area.

Twitter: @stringsteacher

When: Monday, October 27, 2014 3:30PM EST

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Don't forget to check out the Blackboard Live App. It has all of the sessions you might have missed and much much more.

Here is the playlist where you can watch this recorded session and other sessions you might have missed.

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