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Do You Understand the Most Misunderstood 21st-Century Skill?

-by Errol St.Clair Smith- The headline read: "Baboons Work Together To Escape From Biomedical Testing...

By Errol St.Clair / June 16, 2018

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When Your Students Aren't Ready to Learn

-by Deborah Rassmusen- I was one of those teachers who gave in, and I’ve regretted it ever since! ...

By Deborah / June 15, 2018


Six Keys to Creating Riveting Classroom Experiences

-by Dan Jones- My cell phone rang in the middle of class. Typically a telemarketer, but not this time....

By Dan Jones / June 15, 2018

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Learning and Relearning to Learn from Others

-by Thomas Mennella- Global Collaboration: You are Not Alone, Don’t Reinvent the Wheel Why do we seek...

By Dr. Thomas Mennella / June 15, 2018

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New Tools and New Ways to Get Things Done

-by Sue White and Terra Graves- Introduction What you are about to read is a behind the scenes look...

By Editorial Team / June 15, 2018

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4 Tips to Expand Your Mind, Your Classroom, and Your Student's Learning

-by Dan Jones and Vincenza Leone- Global collaboration is not only important to the growth of an educator,...

By Dan Jones / June 15, 2018

Do You Understand the Most Misunderstood 21st-Century Skill?

The headline read: "Baboons Work Together To Escape From Biomedical Testing Facility." Fascinating... according to this story in the Huffington Post, a group of four curious monkeys put their skills and resources together and achieved something that we humans struggle with daily...
Flipping Outside of the Box
Insights from Beyond the Silos of Flipped Practice
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It’s Time to Get Out of Our Silos

-by Jon Bergmann- A recent study by Mona Lundin, Annika Bergviken Rensfeldt, Thomas Hillman, Annika Lantz-Andersson, and Louise Peterson from Sweden examined 530 studies...

By Jon Bergmann / June 15, 2018

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Teaching Students (and Ourselves) to Work Well with Others

 -by Terra Graves- Do you really know what collaboration is?  Do you know how to teach students to collaborate? This mini-workshop will provide you with the answers...

By Terra / June 15, 2018

Flipped Learning 1.0 versus Flipped Learning 3.0

We've entered a new era of Flipped Learning. To fully understand the stark differences between the original flipped classroom model and Flipped Learning 3.0 get your free subscription to Flipped Learning Review.
Flipping Higher Ed
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Do No Harm

-by George Hess- We all know that one of the central tenets of medicine is that doctors will “do no harm.”  It’s a good standard to abide by in education...

By Dr. George / June 15, 2018

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When Two Become One: the Role of Global Collaboration in Defining Terminology

-by Thomas Mennella- This month, I had the distinct pleasure of speaking with Dr. Strang Burton, a faculty member in the Linguistics Department at the University...

By Dr. Thomas Mennella / June 15, 2018

Cover Story: Words Matter

How well do you know the language of Flipped Learning? An interview with Caroline Kurban, co-chair of the Academy of Active Learning Arts and Sciences' Global Standards Project.

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Finding the Time To Teach Well

What happens when you move from flipping lessons, and classrooms to flipping an entire university? There are only a handful of people in the world who truly know the answer to that question. We talked with one of them.

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