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To Scramble or to Flip: Revising the “Flipped” classroom

To Scramble or to Flip: Revising the “Flipped” classroom

The “flipped” classroom concept has been the leading innovative approach to redesigning the classroom for more effective teaching and learning. Since then, many people, including Pamela E. Barnett, associate vice provost and director of the Teaching & Learning Center at Temple University, have questioned the actual value and effectiveness of “flipped” classroom structures. Barnett offersRead more about To Scramble or to Flip: Revising the “Flipped” classroom[…]

Google Form for Peer Review of Group Members in Group Project

Google Form for Peer Review of Group Members in Group Project

Teaching group work is difficult. Students often dislike group work, because one or two people carry the weight for everyone else. To solve this problem, one best practice for group project assignments, particularly those that require sustained collaboration and shared leadership over the course of many weeks in the quarter, is to build in anRead more about Google Form for Peer Review of Group Members in Group Project[…]

Behind the Hype: A New Perspective on ePortfolios

Behind the Hype: A New Perspective on ePortfolios

In an article written by Carl Straumsheim for Inside Higher Ed, the E-Portfolio Forum, taking place at the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AACU), addressed the hype and excitement surrounding ePortfolios. As a way to understand student outcomes and provide a holistic analysis of student performance in a course, ePortfolios have recently garnered aRead more about Behind the Hype: A New Perspective on ePortfolios[…]