Hands-on exploration first
You've heard of the flipped classroom, where students watch lecture videos before coming to class and use class time for activities with the instructor. But that may be the wrong way around.
A faculty panel, brought together by the Office of the Vice Provost for Online Learning (VPOL) and the Graduate School of Education (GSE), discussed “Research Opportunities in Online and Blended Learning” on May 22 in CERAS Learning Hall.
Claude Steele, Dean of the Graduate School of Education at Stanford, discusses his theory of stereotype threat, which examines how people from different groups, being threatened by different stereotypes, can have quite different experiences in the
Teaching is a great adventure. Through a series of personal anecdotes, this talk will emphasize the extraordinary rewards, opportunities, experimentation, coincidences, and good fortune of teaching at Stanford.
What many are calling the "new literacy" joined with the affordances of Web 2.0 (and beyond!) offers great opportunities as well as challenges for teachers. When information is instantly available and knowledge production is open to everyone, how