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Flipping Physics

Written by Heidi Fencl, Associate Professor

As I  write this, I’m about half way through lesson planning to flip my introductory physics sequence.  These musings are on the process of flipping a course, rather than on effectiveness or student response.  I am excitedly, and perhaps naively, anticipating both when I teach the flipped sequence next fall. Continue reading

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Singin’ The Textbook Blues

As I get nearer to the end of the semester (hard to believe) by necessity I am setting my sights on Spring, 2015. I am bringing a group of students to South Africa during the January Interim and so I must get my syllabi completed early (not my typical modus operandi) before I travel. And that leaves me to face one of my pedagogical demons on what to do about a textbook. Continue reading