Greg Green, Superintendent Online Blended International Learning Pioneer, Speaker

Greg has received international acclaim and has been at the center of the flipped classroom and blended
technology school movement. His flipped school approach has been highlighted and featured not only by
CNN but also the following national and international media outlets: CBS Evening News, New York Times,
USA Today, Huffington Post, TED, Forbes Magazine, Fast Company Magazine, Globe and Mail,
UpWorthy, PBS News, NPR, Scholastic, Nations Well, School Administrator and District Administration
Magazine. He has been recognized as an international thought leader around online, blended and flipped
learning movements. In 2012, Greg received the Distinguished Education Alumni Award from Saginaw
Valley State University for his unparalleled work within education. Greg is also a well known speaker and
author. He is a blended learning advisor to the following: United States Oak Ridge National Laboratory,
TED, MediaCore, Gooru Learning, Harvard Mazur Group, Pearson Learning, TechSmith Corporation and
Steelcase Corporation. He was recently nominated by the Michigan Association of Secondary School
Principals Group for the United States Digital Principal of the Year Award and was named to the Top 20
Educators to Watch List and by Converge Magazine’s Top 50 Innovative Educator’s List. In 2015, he was
named one of the 67 most influential educators in the world by Noodle and CNN. Greg is also the author of
a book called “A Flipped School.” Greg is also a pioneer in international school satellite partnerships and
online international programming.