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Registration fee includes the conference, parking on campus, and snacks/beverages, and some meals (see below). Lodging will be available on or off campus. The on-campus housing is in North Hall. The accommodations are very similar to a hotel, including air conditioning! Each two-bedroom suite has a shared bathroom (if you register for a single, you will have your own bedroom and share a bathroom). The linens are basic, but you can't beat the commute to the conference (literally walk across a parking lot). When registering, you can make lodging reservations. Last day to register for on-campus housing is June 6th. There are also many quality hotels in Greeley that can be booked online.
Regular registration will be $250 for all attendees* (including speakers/presenters).
*Graduate student registration fee will be $100 (email for registration code).
*UNC affiliated folks should email before completing the registration process.
The Flipped Learning Academy and the MAST Institute will be hosting the Third Annual Higher Education Flipped Learning Conference on June 14-15, 2018 on the campus of the University of Northern Colorado, in Greeley, Colorado. The conference starts at 8am Mountain Time on Thursday, June 14th, and concludes with a banquet dinner on Friday, June 15th.
Greeley is located about an hour's drive north of Denver International Airport.
This conference will allow higher education flipped classroom practitioners to exchange information, highlight faculty engaged in assessment of flipped classrooms, and discuss the future of flipped learning in higher education including the professional development with those interested in flipped learning.
The conference is for instructors, faculty, and graduate students from universities, colleges, community colleges and any other post-secondary institution. We also invite those interested in the professional development of instructors in flipped learning. Previous experience with flipped classrooms is not required. The conference will be a blend of novice and experienced flipped educators to share best-practices and research.
Conference Check In
Check in for the conference will be on
Wednesday, June 13th, 2018 from 3-5pm & Thursday June 14th 7:30-8:30am
on the first floor of Ross Hall of Science in front of Room 1010.
Thursday and Friday: light breakfasts will be provided such as fruit and pastries, as will lunches and snacks.
(Thursday breakfast is bagels, donuts, and fruit. Friday breakfast is breakfast burritos and fruit. Coffee and hot tea too of course!)
Friday night will be the banquet dinner with keynote speaker, dinner included. Thursday evening dinner is on your own.
We will provide transportation to downtown Greeley with many restaurant options for Thursday evening.
June weather in Colorado
Local weather varies greatly. We are in the high plains. It's not uncommon to frequently use the heater at night and the air conditioner during the day. This time of year we experience an average high of 85 degrees and low of 52 degrees, sometimes with afternoon thunderstorms, but otherwise very low humidity. We recommend checking the local forecast before you depart.
We suggest you use Greeley Shuttle for round-trip shuttle service between Denver International Airport and Greeley. According to their website, it is $73 roundtrip. Drop off address for on-campus housing is
North Hall 2253 11th Avenue, Greeley, CO 80631-6903.
Free parking will be available at the conference if you are driving or renting a car, please pick up your parking pass at check in. If you are using Google Maps or GPS, you can search for "Ross Hall of Science, Greeley, Colorado". Once in Greeley, it will be your own responsibility to get to Ross Hall each day for the conference.
Exciting Wednesday Night Social
The Poudre Learning Center (PLC) is hosting the Pulse of the Poudre Chuckwagon Dinner and Show. The PLC sits on the Poudre River in Greeley and has a mission is to awaken a sense of wonder and inspire environmental stewardship and citizenship through education of students, families and local residents along the Colorado Northern Front Range.
Click here to buy your ticket and for more information. The event runs from 5:30 to 8:30pm.
A van will leave North Hall at UNC at 5:15pm to take those interested to the PLC and will return to campus (North Hall) when it is over (ending time estimated to be 8:30pm). Click here to reserve your van spot, open to the first 14. Others are welcome to join but will be responsible for their own transportation. Dr. Andrew Bentley will be your host for the evening. Please direct questions at .
Call for Proposals has Closed
We solicted 45 minute sessions, poster presentations, and 90 minute mini-workshops focusing on flipped learning research, implementation, or professional development.
The first deadline for proposals passed, Monday March 12th, 2018.
Those who submitted should have been notified via email on Tuesday, March 27th.
Proposals will continue to be reviewed and accepted on a rolling basis if room exists in the program.
Poster proposals will continue to be accepted through May 15th. (If you do submit after April 1st, please notify Nissa via email .)
For an idea of presentation abstracts from the last two years, please see the 2016 and 2017 schedules.
Also, the 2016 1st Annual Higher Education Flipped Learning Conference Proceedings can be found here.