Robert Talbert

Mathematics professor who writes and speaks about math, research and practice on teaching and learning, technology, productivity, and higher education.
Michigan 177 posts

Students can't actually learn on their own... can they?

Throwback post from 2014 keeping up the discussion of student self-teaching and self-learning. Can students actually learn things on their own? »

Building Calculus: The grading system

This week, we come back to my calculus course in progress and examine the mastery grading system for student work. »

Flipped learning and self-teaching

How do we deal with negative perceptions of flipped – and now online – classes, especially if students expect not to have to teach themselves things? »

Building Calculus: Assessments

As the building for Fall 2020 continues, this time I discuss the assessment setup for Calculus. »

What does flipped learning have to do with online learning?

It seems that there's a resurgence in interest about flipped learning, as we move further in to online learning. What's the reason? »