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A Teaching Collaboration with Monika Hudson and Penny Scott

Monika Hudson (School of Management: Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Strategy) and Penny Scott (Gleeson Library and Geschke Center) talk about their collaborative partnership in a 300-level business course in which basic business theory needed to come alive for students. Read more ...

Academic Integrity

Below you'll find our interview with Heather Hoag and John Perez about various issues surrounding academic integrity. Read more ...

e-Feedback with Eugene Kim

This interview with Eugene Kim (Law) explores his use of e-feedback to enhance and deepen the feedback experience for first-year law students in his writing classes. His students receive personalized feedback videos that allow them to see him marking up their papers in real time and hear his explanations and commentary while he does it. Read more ...

Mini-Flipped with Leslie King

This interview with Leslie King (Biology) took place in July 2014. Leslie describes why she strategically flips only two of her class meetings and why flipping the those two classes improves the quality of learning in the course. Read more ...

Keally McBride on Color-Coded Feedback

In this interview Keally McBride (Politics) discusses a simple, but highly-effective, method she uses for providing color-coded feedback on student papers Read more ...

Half-Flipped with Brandi Lawless

This interview with Brandi Lawless (Communication Studies) took place in July 2014. Brandi describes why and how she flips about 50% of her course. Read more ...

Totally Flipped with Greg DeBourgh

The interview below with Greg DeBourgh (School of Nursing and Health Professions) took place in July 2014. Greg describes why he flips his entire course. In other posts you can learn about faculty who partially flip their courses, or flip only for 1-2 topics. Read more ...

Tracy Seeley on the Power of One Paragraph

This interview with Tracy Seeley (English) took place in July 2014. In it she discusses a teaching strategy she uses with students to provide timely feedback and typically results in noticeable gains in the quality of student writing. Read more ...

Jonathan Hunt on Intensive Feedback

In this interview Jonathan mentions the use of short one-to-one student conferences as an effective strategy. You can download some of his conference agendas to see exactly how he encourages students to actively plan for these meetings. This interview with Jonathan Hunt (Rhetoric and Language) took place in July 2014. Read more ...

Danger of a Single Story with Shawn Doubiago

Shawn Doubiago, Comparative Literature and Culture, uses a flipped class activity at the beginning of each semester involving the the TED Talk, ‟The Danger of a Single Story,” by novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. Listen to Shawn describe the activity and explain the ways this activity helps facilitate student communication, potentially leading to a more successful classroom experience, especially when tackling sensitive topics. Read more ...

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