Enhancing Teacher Efficacy and Elevating Student Achievement through Flipped and Mastery Learning
Join us for an enlightening session with Jon Bergmann, teacher, author and flipped learning pioneer.
After navigating through one of the most demanding periods in education, we find ourselves in need of fresh perspectives and renewed inspiration. As we transition back to in-person teaching, it's crucial to reconsider our instructional approaches and empower our students for meaningful learning experiences.
Join us for an enlightening presentation by Jon Bergmann:
- Explore innovative strategies for enhancing teaching effectiveness
- Learn how to maximize the positive impact on each student
- Discover the dynamic concepts of flipped and mastery learning
- Understand why these concepts are crucial in today's education landscape
About the presenter: Jon Bergmann is one of the pioneers of the Flipped Classroom. He has helped schools, universities, organizations, and governments all over the world introduce active and flipped learning into their contexts. He is a frequent keynote speaker who challenges and inspires audiences with stories and real-life examples from his classroom. He has taught at urban, suburban, rural, and private schools. He spent twenty- four years as a classroom teacher in Colorado before becoming a technology facilitator in the Chicago suburbs. When Flip Your Classroom became an international bestseller, he traveled the world for eight years, helping schools and universities move from passive to active learning. In 2019, he returned to the classroom to further develop Flipped and Mastery Learning. This has amplified Jon’s voice with teachers and professors. They now see him as a fellow teacher working through the complexities and challenges of teaching today because his presentations include struggles and successes as he works every day with students.
Jon believes the two most important things that make good teaching good are active learning and relationships. Too much education is received passively, and Jon knows from both research and experience that students learn best when they are active participants. Students don’t care what you know until they know that you care, and Jon tries every day to connect with his students. Jon has written and co-authored eleven books that have been translated into thirteen languages. In 2002, Jon received the Presidential Award for Excellence for Math and Science Teaching; and in 2010, he was a Semi-Finalist for Colorado Teacher of the Year. He serves on the advisory board for TED Education. He teaches full-time science and assists with staff development at Houston Christian High School in Houston, Texas. Find out more about Jon at JonBergmann.com