Highbridge Hill Elementary Flipping Classrooms with Style

The Highbridge Hill Elementary School was the recipient of New Hampshire Society for Technology in Eduation’s Christ Nelson Memorial Grant Program in 2013.  At NHSTE’s Annual Meeting and Night of Networking, Wednesday, September, 24, the Team presented their work to the attendees.

The For more information about Highbridge Hill’s flipped classroom project take a look at their introductory blog post.

To see how Highbridge Hill Elementary School is doing in their Flipped Classroom project read their second blog post Flip Your Class.

Read about Highbridge Hill Elementary School and their Opening Party.

The Highbridge Hill Elementary School Flipped Classroom team had to present to their school board.  Find out how the presentation went and where they are headed next.  Read about the School Board Presentation from one of the team members.

The flipping has begun!  Read about how second grade teacher, Amy Conrad is using the “flipped classroom” concept to teach about addition in her recent blog post Flipped Classroom Blog-Addition with Regrouping

We’re Really Flipping Now!  The fourth grade at HHES had their first flipped assignment about the human body and then in class worked on creating cells, tissues and organs such as the stomach, lungs, heart and brain.  Read about how the teacher things things went well and issues that had to be resolved in the blog post We’re Really Flipping Now.

The 2014 Chris Nelson Memorial Grants have been awarded.  The 2015 grant applications will be released in late March or early April, 2015.

Read more about the Chris Nelson Memorial Grant Program on the NHSTE website at http://nhste.org/nhstegrants

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