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The second National Forum on Active Learning Classrooms

From my POD listserv: The second National Forum on Active Learning Classrooms with take place on August 2-4, 2013 at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. Held in the Science Teaching and Student Services Building—the largest SCALE-UP installation in the world—the Forum builds on the success of the 2011 inaugural event with an expanded set … Continue reading

Flipped Classes and SETs

Jim Morrison (Professor Emeritus of Educational Leadership at UNC-Chapel Hill) talked in a recent POD post about an article in the Chronicle on “flipped” classrooms, peer instruction, and active learning and his experiences transitioning from using a “predominant lecture/teacher-led discussion mode to using a technology-enabled active learning approach” in his classes during the 1990s. He … Continue reading

How to Write a Teaching Philosophy Statement

Here’s a link to some great information on how to write a teaching philosophy statement — a free, downloadable .pdf from Faculty Focus — Special Report: Examples and Tips on How to Write a Teaching Philosophy Statement. The report is designed to take the mystery out of writing teaching philosophy statements, and includes both examples … Continue reading

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