Flipped and Blended

Flipped classes move lectures online allowing class time for collaborative activities. Blended learning combines in-person and online methods of instruction.

Small things, big impacts

During the pivot to online in 2020, Professor Roland Vegso prioritized small organizational features that ended up making a big difference for his students.

Flip or Lecture: where's the evidence?

The public lecture has been out of fashion in higher education pedagogy for some time. And there seems to me to be a good reason for this.

Give Light Board a Try

The Learning and Emerging Technologies team designed and built a Light Board to make a face-to-face presentation platform to use for recordings and lectures

Messersmith helps to develop students skills

Amber Messersmith gives students new options: using a blended mode and peer review in a large enrollment undergraduate writing course.

Redesigning for large enrollment

Faced with an enrollment jumped from 30 to 95, Martha Mamo launched a redesign of her course.

Subbiah increases student engagement

Jeyam Subbiah increases student engagement with flipped course design, active learning strategies, and screen capture technology.

Active Learning Online: Effective online communication - Muddiest Point

Use the "muddiest point" technique to gain insight to your students' learning and provide targeted instruction.

Active Learning Online: Peer Instruction using Group Exams

Use peer instruction to squeeze extra learning out of your exam by making students take it twice. Once on their own (90%), then again with a team (10%).