Some additional thoughts on a recent EdSurge article and a critical piece on flipped learning
The more growth-mindset oriented you are, the more likely you are to think active learning is a good idea.
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.
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?
A "real world" approach to deadlines on college work means something different than you might think.