What is the one thing to do for Fall 2020 right now that will give you the most return?
The next installment in the series about building my fall Calculus course focuses on instructional materials -- how to pick them, and how to align them with the rest of the course.
Throwback post from 2014 keeping up the discussion of student self-teaching and self-learning. Can students actually learn things on their own?
As the building for Fall 2020 continues, this time I discuss the assessment setup for Calculus.
It seems that there's a resurgence in interest about flipped learning, as we move further in to online learning. What's the reason?