The Flipped Learning Conference @UNC is the only conference dedicated to flipped learning research, workshops and professional development for higher education.
We invite instructors, faculty, and graduate students in higher education and other post-secondary institutions from around the world to attend and present. This conference is a blend of novice and experienced flipped educators who will share best practices and research. Thus, previous experience in flipped classrooms is not required.
The first day of the conference is an optional, day-long flipped professional development experience that starts with access to online resources and culminates in a workshop. This opportunity is flipped - so be prepared to work on materials before arriving at the conference. The content of this professional development experience came about in 2018 when a cohort of 100 experienced educators from 49 countries collaborated to identify 187 elements of effective Flipped Learning.
- June 12 - 14
- Ross Hall
2253 11th Ave. Greeley, CO 80631
Previous experience with flipped classrooms is not required
The professional development session is based on up-to-date research and best practices and is full of practical strategies that you can implement immediately. Experience flipped professional development that starts with access to online resources and culminates in a pre-conference workshop. The conference ends with a flipped learning panel. Join Jon Bergmann, Dr. Eric Mazur, Dr. Raúl Santiago, Dr. Caroline Fell Kurban, Robyn Brinks-Lockwood and a cadre of 25 experienced Flipped Learning practitioners for a walk on the leading edge of active learning in higher education.
You'll quickly get the fundamentals and learn to avoid the biggest mistakes and leave with your Flipped Learning 3.0 Higher Ed Level - I Certification. This certificate normally costs $179 but the Flipped Learning Conference @UNC discounted rate is $50.
Meet a wide range of post-secondary professionals and find opportunities to collaborate with other professionals interested in flipped and active learning.
Attend hour-long interactive sessions on flipped and active learning with researchers and practitioners and gain valuable feedback from other experts.
The early registration deadline for the Flipped Learning Conference is April 15, 2019. Discount codes for students, special invites and UNC participants are available via email. Please contact Elizabeth Kersey at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Registration includes: light a.m and p.m. refreshments, daily lunch and banquet dinner.
Early Registration with professional development experience
Regular Registration with professional development experience
Student Registration with professional development experience
Dr. Muhammad Sahin
Dr. Sahin is the founding rector of MEF University, the first fully flipped university in the world. He graduated from the Department of Geodesy and Photogrammetry (Geomatics) Engineering, Faculty of Civil Engineering, İstanbul Technical University in 1987. Şahin received his master's degree from University College London 1991, and his PhD degree from University of Newcastle upon Tyne in 1994. Şahin was the first rector from Turkey to be elected as a member of the Board of Directors of CESAER (Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education and Research). In February 2012, Şahin was elected unanimously to the four-member Executive Board of CESAER.
Dr. Caroline Fell Kurban
Caroline Fell Kurban is Director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at MEF University the first and only fully flipped university in the world. Dr. Fell Kurban has the responsibility of supporting instructors and students in the development of Flipped Learning. Kurban coauthored, The Flipped Approach to Higher Education: Designing Universities for Today's Knowledge Economies and Societies
Dr. Bergmann wrote the book Flip Your Classroom: Reaching Every Student in Every Class Every Day. He is an active learning thought leader whose 10 books are translated into 13 languages Jon received the presidential award for teaching excellence and has traveled over 700,000 miles helping educators and school systems learn how to reach every student in every class every day.
Errol St.Clair Smith
Errol St.Clair Smith is the director of global development at the Flipped Learning Global Initiative. Smith is responsible for understanding the emerging needs of the flipped learning community and supporting successful adoption around the world. Over the last decade, Errol led the development of online media channels for the nation's leading education associations and has received four Emmy nominations and an Emmy Award. Smith coauthored Flipped Learning 3.0: The Operating System for the Future of Talent Development with Jon Bergmann.
Robyn Brinks Lockwood
Robyn Brinks Lockwood teaches courses in English for international graduate students at Stanford University. She is an active member of the international TESOL organization, serves as the ad-hoc consultant for the Publishing Professional Council, and is a past chair of the Materials Writers Interest Section. Robyn has edited and written numerous textbooks, online courses, video programs, and teacher’s ancillaries for second-language writing, speaking, and listening English courses and TOEFL preparation. Her publications include those of University of Michigan Press, Macmillan Education, Cambridge University Press, Pearson, and McGraw-Hill.
Proposals are now being accepted for practitioner or research-based presentations on flipped and active learning in higher education for all disciplines.
Proposals are peer-reviewed by a panel of educations experts. Those who submit proposals will be notified of decisions in mid-May.
All proposals must be submitted by April 10, 2019
The Flipped Learning Conference will be at the UNC Campus located in Greeley, CO. Attendees will have the option to stay on UNC's campus in North Hall and be within walking distance of conference events. This option is available via the conference registration form.
There are also special housing rates for those interested in staying at the DoubleTree Hotel in town. Email Elizabeth Kersey at email@example.com for the promotion code prior to making your reservation.
If you are flying into Denver International Airport (DIA) we suggest using the Greeley Shuttle for round-trip service between DIA and Greeley. The drop off address for those staying on-campus is: 2253 11th Ave. Greeley, CO 80631.
Once in Greeley it is your responsibility to get to Ross Hall for Conference events. View campus map
Free parking is available for conference attendees and a parking pass will be provided at check-in.