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Naïve scientists and conflict analysis

Learning through case studies

R. William Ayres

from outside my department, the other from outside the university context entirely. First, I have seen increasing interest in so-called ‘flipped classroom’ models. These have been especially popular in engineering colleges and have apparently achieved

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Penny Welch and Susan Wright

pre-class readings than the students at his previous institution, a small private college. Inspired by the concept of the ‘flipped classroom’ and by a desire to make the course more applied and practical, the author switched from setting readings on

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Sam Pryke

attempt to foster a ‘flipped classroom’: a forum in which students participate in learning exercises based on reading, videos, etc. they have studied through a virtual learning environment prior to attending the contact session with the teacher. It is

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Eva Insulander, Fredrik Lindstrand, and Staffan Selander

Over the last three decades, notions like “the flipped classroom,” 1 “TPACK,” 2 “digital learning objects,” 3 and “virtual learning environments,” 4 together with the evolution of multimodal communication 5 and new standards for the assessment

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Aftermath of the MOOC wars

Can commercial vendors support creative higher education?

Christopher Newfield

‘rebooting’ conference I mentioned above: the insight that went into the design of this new generation of MOOCs came from a lot of the Stanford experiments on flipped classroom teaching where the idea was … let’s take lecturing out of the classroom