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Cris Crissman

The Flipped Classroom | Scoop.it - 2 views

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    Jackie Gerstein curates this Flipped Classroom Scoop It. Always current and valuable resources . . .
Cris Crissman

Professor tries improving lectures by removing them from class | Inside Higher Ed - 1 views

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    Shared on Jackie Gerstein's Flipping the Classroom ScoopIt -- Mike Garver, Professor of Marketing, uses personal narrative and marketing techniques to make his lectures more palatable
Jean Proppe

Are Report Card Ads the Next Step for Budget-Crunched Schools? - Education - GOOD - 1 views

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    Huh? Is this for real??
Lisa M Lane

Critical Commons - 5 views

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    Upload video clips, even with copyrighted material, that you have added to or put into context as a professor, adding value to the original work.

    From the FAQ: "In some ways, Critical Commons is similar to YouTube. For example, users are entirely responsible for the content they upload and we rely on our community of users to notify us of inappropriate content. The primary difference between Critical Commons and other video sharing sites is that we only display media that is placed in a critical context that transforms and recontextualizes the media, adding value and significance to the original work."
Ross Kendall

Brain Rules video | Brain Rules | - 3 views

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    nice set of 'brain rules' vids
Aslam Sharif

The Innovative Educator: 10 Reasons Students Say They Prefer Learning Online - 3 views

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    10 reasons students would like to be online
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    "10 Reasons Students Prefer Learning Online"
Ross Kendall

N.Y./Region: One in 8 Million - YouTube - 0 views

shared by Ross Kendall on 17 Nov 11 - No Cached
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    A great series and useful for students to emulate as a starter exercise (or more).
Jim Julius

Going the Distance: Online Education in the United States, 2011 | The Sloan C... - 3 views

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    Report of large scale 2011 survey on online education in the US.
Jim Julius

Georgia Tech Invokes FERPA, Cripples School's Wikis | Hack Education - 3 views

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    Yikes, Georgia Tech pulls down all hosted wikis in the name of FERPA.
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    An egregiously terrible decision by GA Tech. See this intelligent response: http://diigo.com/0l7lr
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    This is ridiculously anal. One comment from the original blog feed mentioned that this type of interpretation would also mean dispelling visual art, theater and music performances since students names are posted in programs or with artwork as well. I guess this would then affect college sports as well since a list of the players is also printed in programs and such. I don't think any school is prepared to dump on their coveted sports programs any time soon.
Jim Julius

Creating Significant Learning Experiences: An HETL Interview with Dr. Dee Fink | Higher... - 0 views

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    Great interview with Dee Fink that touches on all the bases regarding improving teaching and learning in higher education, and the challenges associated with doing so.
Aslam Sharif

MoodleShare - 2 views

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    Moodle shareable courses, these can either be used as is or for insperation when designing own courses.
Ross Kendall

Quora - 1 views

shared by Ross Kendall on 14 Nov 11 - Cached
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