‘Pedagogy’ Category

Flipped Learning Skepticism: Can Students Really Learn on Their Own?

A recent post by Robert Talbert in The Chronicle’s “Casting Out Nines” blog addresses opponents concerns that all students can’t learn “on their own” or aren’t able to “self-regulate” their own learning. Read the entire post here. Robert Talbert is a mathematician and educator with interests in cryptology, computer science, and STEM education. I am affiliated […]

Study: Small Changes in Homework Improves Learning

A study conducted by researchers at Rice and Duke Universities, and published by the journal Educational Psychology Review, revealed that small changes in homework practices can improve student learning and performance on examinations. Read the full article in The Chronicle of Higher Education. Contact Us Phone: 507-933-6111 Email: helpline@gustavus.edu Web: https://gustavus.edu/gts Blog: https://gts.blog.gustavus.edu Twitter: https://twitter.com/gtshelpline Remote Support: https://sos.gac.edu System […]

Flip Your Classroom!

An interesting article in the June issue of Campus Technology journal titled “The 4 Pillars of the Flipped Classroom.” A short but informative article regarding a report from the Flipped Learning Network, George Mason University and the Pearson’s Center for Educator Effectiveness about flipped classrooms. (Read the full report here.) Contact Us Phone: 507-933-6111 Email: helpline@gustavus.edu […]