Heather Witten is a high school Spanish teacher in the state of Colorado in the U.S. Heather attended one of the first flipped classroom conferences run by pioneers Sams and Bergmann back in 2011, and the rest is history (or, well, in this case, Spanish!).
Come explore flipped learning with Heather and Flipped Learning Network Community Administrator Kelly Walsh.
Check out these handy time tags to jump to parts of the video that are of particular interest (these are available in the Description section for the video as well).
0:25 – Tell us about yourself – what you teach, where you teach, etc.
1:40 – You were an early adopter of flipped learning, what got you interested in trying this approach?
3:11 – How did you find your way forward?
5:12 – Was access a significant challenge back when you started flipping your classroom?
7:20 – Tell us about flipping the language classroom, what has changed, what is new and different?
9:37 – What are students typically expected to do outside of class?
13:34 – Talk about how you’ve given students more choices (and more ownership of learning) and the parameters that help to make this work?
15:31 – Any other pedagogical techniques that have you been better able to explore in the flipped classroom?
16:45 – Are there any specific technologies or techniques that have been particularly helpful?
20:58 – What are some of the successes that you’ve experienced that appear to be supported by flipped learning?
22:31 – So what’s next?
24:04 – What sort of demands on your time has flipping the classroom presented and how has this changed over time?
26:58 – Where can we find you online?
Camtasia, Flipgrid, Youtube