Monthly Archives: August 2013

Double flip or flip and twist

So the flipped classroom is all the rage. I remember first implementing in 1983 when we built resource centers and had our learners get their instruction on their own (we didn’t have the Web, of course). They would work on … Continue reading

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Gamification is manifestly the theme of the moment. A lot of people are struggling with defining the term itself. At bottom, it’s all about using techniques associated with games and gaming to create motivation. The question then is, motivate to … Continue reading

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Education is an…

Education is an admirable thing. But it is well to remember from time to time that nothing that is worth knowing can be taught. This quote from Oscar Wilde’s “the Critic as Artist” can mean different things to different people… … Continue reading

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