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A Few Concerns about the Rush to Flip

I have some concerns about flipping courses. Maybe I’m just hung up on the name—flipping is what we do with pancakes. It’s a quick, fluid motion and looks easy to those of us waiting at the breakfast table. I’m not sure those connotations are good when associated with courses and that leads to what centers my concerns. I keep hearing what sounds to me like “flippant” attitudes about what’s involved.

Expanding the Definition of a Flipped Learning Environment

The term flipped classroom has become a hot topic in higher education. Ideas about and opinions about flipped learning environments vary. Some consider it simply another way of talking about student-centered learning. Others view flipped classrooms as the most cutting-edge approach to learning. Still others see flipping as just another fad that will eventually run its course.

How Can I Effectively Teach Unprepared Students?

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How Can I Create Meaningful Assignments for My Students?

How Can I Create Meaningful Assignments for My Students? Program includes a CD with the video presentation, plus supplemental materials, PowerPoint slides, and complete transcript • $99 ”Practice is the best of all instructors.” That’s according to Publilius Syrus, a writer and speaker in the 1st century BC. Although there have been many innovations in

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