Annick Arsenault-CarterSpeaker

    Annick Arsenault-Carter  has been a 7th grade teacher in District scolaire francophone Sud for the past 21 years. In 2011, she adopted the flipped classroom model for her math class and she started sharing her experiences in social media. Her publications on her flipped mastery model have been read by many international educators and her expertise on the subject has been coveted as she has facilitated dozens of workshops throughout New Brunswick, Québec and France.

    Annick Arsenault Carter enseigne la 7e année à Moncton, au Nouveau-Brunswick depuis 21 ans. Depuis 2011, elle partage ses expériences en classe inversée sur les réseaux sociaux afin de faciliter l’implantation de cette approche pour tout pédagogue voulant innover. Ses réalisations en classe inversée ont su attirer l’attention et la reconnaissance autant des parents de ses élèves que des observateurs du monde francophone en éducation.

    Flip Classroom

    Discover the flipped classroom setting via a flipped workshop! This session is for you if you are asking even only one of the following questions:

    • Is the flipped model possible for my subject, even if only for one chapter?
    • How does a flipped classroom work?
    • What content should be recorded?
    • How or where do students view the videos?
    • What do students do after the viewing?
    • What to do with students who fall behind or with students who finish the lesson?
    • How to keep track of students’ progression and productivity?
    • What tools are useful for the flipped classroom?
    • What are the students and the parents’ comments and reactions after a year of the flipped classroom model?
    July 6, 12:45 to 2:15 pm, Room 2041

    July 6, 2:30 to 4:00 pm, Room 2041