Three things I've learned, three things that surprised me, and three questions I still have from writing a book on alternative grading.
Mathematics professor who writes and speaks about math, research and practice on teaching and learning, technology, productivity, and higher education.
Updating the annual data on the number of peer-reviewed publications on flipped learning, for maybe the last time (?) this time with the numbers for 2021.
Answering questions from a talk on Grand Challenges for STEM Teaching.
In this throwback from 2011, I give six pieces of advice to academic job-seekers and some updated thoughts for 2022.
If you could measure how much active learning really takes place at your university, would you? How would you do it? And what would you do with the results?