Jason Suter and Chris Mangan

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Eduspire instructors Jason Suter and Dr. Chris Mangan are co-authors of this post. Both educators share a passion for educational technology and modern methods of teaching. Jason Suter is a science teacher at Hanover High School in Hanover Public School District. He belongs to the Classrooms for the Future program and has played an integral role in working with his district to establish a BYOD policy and move toward a 1:1 Chromebooks environment. Jason's philosophy is that educational technology should be used to accomplish things that were not formerly possible in the classroom, in order to promote differentiation, personalize student learning, and provide students with continual access to courses and materials. Jason teaches several courses for Eduspire, including Chromebooks: Making the Move to 21st Century Teaching, Introduction to the Flipped Classroom, Google Tools for Educators, Bridging the Digital Divide, and Learning Management Systems. Dr. Chris Mangan is an Eduspire instructor as well as a fifth grade teacher at Cetronia Elementary School in Parkland School District. He is also an adjunct professor for Wilkes University, Franklin University, and Aspen University. Chris loves integrating high-level technology into his classroom and enjoys seeing the impact it has on his students. Chris also has a passion for blended learning and is teaching for a 4th year a blended, self-paced math class which he developed. Chris has also implemented a traditional flipped writing class, and is in his first year of implementing a blended, self-paced English class. He has created over 300 instructional screencasts. Chris Mangan teaches the popular Eduspire course, Implementing the Flipped Classroom. Follow the authors on Twitter! Jason Suter: @jksuter Dr. Chris Mangan: @manganc24

Blended, Hybrid, or Flipped Learning: Part II

Flipped Learning

Part II: The Technology and Nomenclature Behind Flipped Learning, and What’s Really Most Important Last week in Part I of this post we explored the popular topics of blended, hybrid, and flipped learning instruction and how, with mass-customized learning techniques, teachers can meet the needs…

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Blended, Hybrid, or Flipped Learning: What’s Ideal for Your Classroom?

Flipped Learning

  Welcome to a two-part blog post which will explore the concepts of blended, hybrid, and flipped learning, the thought behind them, appropriate goals for implementing one of these formats, and the tools available to help with the transition to these environments.  Part I:…

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