Technology plays a primary role in my teaching, but I rarely turn on the computer that makes the classroom “smart.”
Posts Tagged: Flipped Learning
In case you missed the ACS Hangout on October 22, you can catch up with your colleagues when it’s convenient.
In “Turning Education Upside Down,” Tina Rosenberg writes about how the entire school moved to flipped classes and the outcome it had on student learning.
Tutorial for using Google Hangouts to flip your class. Written by Keith Hamon and published on Fractus Learning.
Last semester, I listened to Dr. Jennifer Spohrer’s presentation, Blended Learning in a Liberal Arts Setting, hosted by NITLE. While blended / flipped learning offers the opportunity to engage with students in a different way, one point of pain for faculty is time. It takes time to create lessons. It takes time to record lectures. It… Read more »