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Teaching EMS Effectively - Email
Mr. Thompson is discusses the benefits of what is now known as the flipped classroom. The students would view lecture at home and have workshops in class. He advocates exploring new ways to teach rather than the traditional lecture. Samuel Khan of Khan Academy is used as an example. Creating an interactive environment in the classroom is emphasized. Adam Thompson
May 30, 2013
Keywords: flipped classroom; non-traditional classroom; Khan; interactive education

Principles for Effective Teaching - Email
Ms. Smittle discusses 6 principles of effective teaching in developmental education. She particularly addresses both cognitive and non-cognitive needs. She indicates the key is classroom experience for these students. The six principles are: 1) commit to teaching the under-prepared, 2) demonstrate command of the subject, 3) address non-cognitive needs like motivation, define course goals and student self-motivation, 5) communicate high standards, and 6) engage in faculty improvement. Patricia Smittle
May 30, 2013
Keywords: effective teaching; cognitive needs; non-cognitive needs

Flipped Classroom 2.0: Competency Learning with Videos - Email
Ms. Schwartz takes the flipped classroom concept and explains it in terms of ?Mastery Learning?. Informational learning takes place outside the classroom. This can be through videos, links to reading, questions and problems. Once in the classroom, asynchronous learning and organized chaos takes place. Instructors are available and learning stations are set. In Mastery Learning, the student must prove mastery before moving to the next unit and this is proven individually when student indicates readiness. Katrina Schwartz
May 21, 2013
Keywords: flipped classroom; mastery learning; mastery model; objectives; outcomes

Changing Faculty Culture Leads to Better Student Outcomes
The article discusses engaging and cooperative classroom learning, flipping part of the learning, critical thinking, writing and shifting instruction every 10 minutes, and collaboration across disciplines. Commentary
February 13, 2013
Keywords: student outcomes; pedagogy; student engagement; flipped

6 expert Tips for Flipped Classroom
Ms. Desk asked 3 experienced classroom flippers, and their top 6 recommendations are: 1) Use existing technology, 2) Be up front with expectations, 3) Step aside and let students learn from each other[text annotation online], 4) Assess pre-class material, 5) Identify what parts to flip, and 6)Build assessments that complement the flipped classroom model. Jennifer Desk
January 23, 2013
Keywords: flipped classroom;technolgy; online peer learning

Flipped Classroom Q & A
The flipped classroom allows "the work"(homework) to be more meaningful for kids as it allows for them to use the four c's of learning - Creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, communication in the classroom. It is more difficult initially to create the videos and learning tools for home use, but that diminishes with time. Commentary
August 31, 2012
Keywords: student success; flipped;critical thinking;