Robert Talbert

Mathematics professor who writes and speaks about math, research and practice on teaching and learning, technology, productivity, and higher education.
Michigan  http://rtalbert.org 133 posts
    

Hospitals and the humanity of students

Some lessons on teaching learned while recovering from open-heart surgery. »

Is flipped learning just self-teaching?

How to respond to the complaint that in flipped learning, students are being made to teach themselves the subject? »

Re-thinking Bloom's Taxonomy for flipped learning design

Splitting Bloom's Taxonomy into thirds can help with effective sequencing of flipped learning activities. »

The owner and the renter in education

Do our teaching practices encourage students to own what they learn, or just rent it? »

Morning and afternoon rituals for peace and productivity

Rituals and routines provide structure and motivation for life and work. Here are morning and afternoon routines I've adopted that I've found helpful. »