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Flipped Classroom

Below are some articles on flipping your classroom.


General Education Resources

  • Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (MERLOT) - MERLOT is a free and open resource that includes sample assignments, teaching methods and activities.
  • Solve a Teaching Problem - This award-winning tool, from Carnegie Mellon University, provides practical strategies, firmly grounded in educational research and learning principles, to address teaching problems across the disciplines. Select the problem that best matches your situation, whether students don’t keep up with the reading or students’ background knowledge and skills vary widely.
  • Teaching Strategies and Disciplinary Resources - This website, from the University of Michigan, has material on everything from grading and feedback to diversity and academic integrity to assembling teaching portfolios.

Grammar

  • Guide to Grammar and Writing - This guide contains scores of digital handouts on grammar and English usage, over 170 computer-graded quizzes, as well as other resources.
  • Guide to Grammar and Style - An original, authoritative, and opinionated guide to English grammar, style and mechanics written by Jack Lynch, of Rutgers University.
  • Macmillan—Solutions for Teaching English - This website contains free materials to download plus lesson ideas, games and competitions and professional support.

Problem-Based Learning (PBL) -


Research

  • McGraw Hill Links - This website contains lists of search engines, searching tips, evaluating web sources, and general online reference materials.
  • USC-Barebones 101 Researching the Web - The University of South Carolina's library put together this tutorial on searching the web.

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