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Reinventing Professional Learning in Higher Education

 – Thomas Mennella – It was morning in Greeley, Colorado. A few early bird participants were already...

By Dr. Thomas / June 21, 2019

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Looking for Active Learning Classroom Strategies? Try an Escape Room

 – Rachel Slivon – Transforming our classrooms into escape rooms for our students can promote a student-centered...

By Rachel / June 21, 2019

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Motivating Students to Do the Pre-class Work

 – Terra Graves – In May, I gave you my answer to the “So what?” question I asked when looking...

By Terra / June 19, 2019


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Top 10 Must-Read Research Papers in June

 – Jon Bergmann – As I was reviewing the 73 articles this month, I noticed how many of the top studies...

By Jon / June 20, 2019

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College-Ready? You'll Know It When You See It

 – Dan Jones – College and Career Readiness (CCR) is one of those phrases in education that can spark...

By Dan / June 20, 2019

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Three Answers to the Question: Has Flipped Learning Peaked?

 – Robert Talbert – Every year I do a mini-lit review to take the temperature of Flipped Learning...

By Robert / June 19, 2019


A Roadmap for Scaling Flipped Learning in Higher Education

Flipping Higher Ed
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Why Some College Courses Suck, Here's How to Fix Them

 – Thomas Mennella – Let’s face it: this is not a good time for higher education. Tuition rates are steadily climbing faster than inflation, a college degree...

By Dr. Thomas / June 21, 2019

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Classroom Lecture Is Not Dead: Coming to a Theater Near You

 – Errol St.Clair Smith – You know this... the data is clear. Active learning is more effective than holding students hostage in classrooms, waterboarding...

By Errol St.Clair / June 20, 2019


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How We Walked Away From Classroom Lecturing As Fast As Humanly Possible

 – Caroline Fell Kurban – Excerpt From the New University Model: Scaling Flipped Learning in Higher Education   Our first attempt to reimagine higher...

By Editorial Team / June 20, 2019

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Under the Hood: Flipped Learning at a Completely Online University

 – Jerry Overmyer – The updated definition of Flipped Learning (Academy of Active Learning Arts and Sciences) is “a framework that enables educators to reach...

By Jerry / June 20, 2019



Flipped Learning 1.0 versus Flipped Learning 3.0

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Flipping Outside of the Box
Insights from Beyond the Silos of Flipped Practice
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Closing the Gap Between Higher Ed and K12

 – Beth Lamb – The ideals of higher education face the inherent problem that they rest on the end product of the previous two assembly lines, namely, that...

By Beth / June 20, 2019

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How Can We Prepare Teachers to Prepare Students for College?

 – Peter Santoro – As a teacher in a public high school, the term “college-ready” gets thrown around a lot. What does it mean? Our students all do well...

By Peter / June 20, 2019


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Choice + Control = College-Ready

 – Steve Griffiths – To succeed in post-secondary education, students need to be motivated, self-directed learners. An important role of secondary education...

By Steve / June 20, 2019

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Is Your College Class Ready for College-Ready Students?

 – Terra Graves – When I was a classroom teacher, I often told my students, “I’m preparing you for middle school” to justify any assignment they perceived...

By Terra / June 19, 2019



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