A recent research article on flipped learning in a college chemistry class raises interesting points about student workload and perceptions in flipped learni...
I had a lot of fun writing my book, but it took some work to figure out how to actually write it using tools I like to use. Here’s my solution.
What does flipped learning have to say about the next 50-100 years of higher education? I was interviewed by Inside Higher Education to explore that question.
In response to a reader question, here are five things I wish I had learned before I started my first professor gig 20 years ago.
In January 2015, I launched my first attempt at specifications grading. This semester, I think I finally have something that works.