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'Introduction to Ancient Rome,' the Flipped Version - Commentary - The Chronicle of Higher Education - 4 views

    Very helpful article for me, especially reading through the comments of other professors who have "flipped" their classrooms. Thanks for the link.
    Interesting thoughts. I am not sure why her students were so unlikely to watch the lectures because they would have to have done reading if they had not had the lectures to watch. It suggests that they were simply used to not doing homework ahead of her classes. I would be interested to know how people ensure that homework is done so that students can participate - I use objective summaries. My husband runs a flipped class and games base class in chemistry - his students - High School level - really value the format.
Rebecca Davis

Essay on the importance of teaching failure @insidehighered - 5 views

    This was an interesting essay and I think is idea of getting students to just put something on paper even if it is rushed and a 'fail' of a paper. Certainly teaching Dilemmas and Capstone I have found students who just cant start so this might be a useful stratagy for them. I am less sure about inviting students to share what they got wrong - I think that could crush some of the more sensitive students.
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