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 150 posts
    

Negative results about flipped learning from a randomized trial: A critique (Part 1)

Part 1 of a two-part critique of a recent MIT-sponsored study on flipped learning i higher education. »

Three themes for 2020

Based on a wild 2019, I'm not making resolutions for 2020 -- just three overarching themes to live by. »

Weekend reading 2019.52

Links to reading material for the last week of 2019. »

On the care and handling of student ratings

Student evaluations of teaching are not true evaluations. We should call them what they are -- perception data -- and use them accordingly. »

The urgent and the important

Distinguishing between the urgent and the important, and having the discipline to work on important tasks that aren't urgent, is a critical and difficult task. »