Robert Talbert

Mathematics professor who writes and speaks about math, research and practice on teaching and learning, technology, productivity, and higher education.
Michigan 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. »