Laurie Santos is a Professor of Psychology at Yale University. Her class on Psychology and the Good Life was the most popular class Yale has ever offered. She points out that depression […]
Inside Higher Ed reports on August 20, 2018, Medical students across the country are ditching class in favor of online, self-guided learning, Stat News reported. According to 2017 data from the Association of American […]
When Leslie Day flipped her “Gross Anatomy” classroom in 2014, she was startled by what she found. Flipping the classroom is a pedagogical approach that has generated increased interest among educators in recent years. […]
There is now a magazine focused on Flipped Learning called called FLR. On April 8th, 2018, it released a list of the top 50 Flipped Learning leaders in higher education. You can […]
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 […]