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Using Peer Instruction to Flip Your Classroom: Highlights from Eric Mazur’s Recent Visit

by CFT Director Derek Bruff On April 4th, during his talk at the School of Medicine, Harvard physics professor Eric Mazur polled an audience of Vanderbilt faculty, staff, and students, asking us how we learned what we need to know for our jobs. Very, very few of us said that we learned those skills from…

Posted on April 15, 2013 in News, , , ,


Eric Mazur on the Flipped Classroom and Peer Instruction, April 4th

by Derek Bruff, CFT Director If you’re interested in improving student learning in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) fields or in large classes of any discipline, you won’t want to miss Harvard physics professor Eric Mazur’s talk in Light Hall at noon on Thursday, April 4th. Mazur’s talk is titled “An Alternative Approach to…

Posted on March 14, 2013 in Events, , , ,


The Flipped Classroom

Teaching Affiliate Emily Marshall discusses the upcoming gradSTEP session: Flipping the Classroom   Held in January each year, GradSTEP provides several workshops and discussions on teaching, learning, and professional development issues across the disciplines. This year’s line-up includes a session on alternative and non-academic careers featuring Dr. Ruth Schemmer, Assistant Dean for Career Development.  Registration and more details…

Posted on January 11, 2013 in Events, ,


Teaching with MOOCs: Four Cases

by Derek Bruff, CFT Director Last month in a blog post titled “Better Than a Textbook?“, I noted that some faculty find it easier to think about the massive open online courses (MOOCs) provided by vendors like Coursera as “super-textbooks” than as actual courses. Earlier this month, Vanderbilt computer science professor Doug Fisher wrote a…

Posted on November 26, 2012 in News, , , ,