An article on flipped classrooms (and how to do them well) and a Teaching and Learning Seminar coming up.

From the desk of “Tomorrow’s Professor” at the Stanford Center for Teaching and Learning, a short article on a flipped classroom. (For the record, the professor’s use of the expression “Saved by the Bell” is incorrect. It derives not from coffins but from boxing).

For those looking for training in online videos, accessibility, and how to align your course goals, see the linked Special Interest Group on Instructional Technologies and Learning Spaces flyer on two webinars.

  • Thu, Sep 25, 12:00 – 1:00 PM       Accessibility and Online Videos: A Case Study on Open Captioned Videos in an Online Developmental Math Course
  • Thu, Oct 30, 12:00 – 1:00 PM       Course Design Basics: The ‘Why’ and ‘How’ of Course Alignment
  • Register at https://mnquality.eventbrite.com.
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