Edsurge published an interesting article October 3rd by John Noonoo that discusses the flipped classroom movement over the past 10 years. It explores some reasons why the movement is still going strong.
The News Sun Journal reported September 19th, 2017, RUMFORD — Mountain Valley High School Technology teacher Jeff Bailey hopes his idea for teachers to record themselves in their classrooms will advance student-centered […]
Inside Higher ED published an interesting article September 10th, 2017 that discussed the costs associated with developing and teaching a flipped class. The article raises a number of questions. The comments provide […]
HTF Market Intelligence released a new research report of 55 pages entitled ‘Flipped Classroom Market in North America 2016-2020.’ It includes a detailed analysis, forecast and strategies and covers important players such as […]
A National Science Foundation grant valued at nearly $300,000 promises to help advance Tuskegee University’s strategic priorities to enhance student success in STEM programs, increase student retention, improve long-term graduation rates and […]
The Marquette Wire reported yesterday that, “Professors in the Marquette chemistry department are looking into the benefits of using flipped classrooms…. Scott Reid, a professor and chair of the chemistry department, said […]
The University of Wisconsin newspaper, The Badger Herald, reported yesterday that, The hundreds of students graduating from University of Wisconsin’s College of Engineering this spring comprise the first cohort to experience much […]