Cross-posted on my personal blog. In a previous post, UVA’s Slavic Librarian, Kathleen Thompson, and Slavic Lecturer, Jill Martiniuk, outlined the early
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Linda Liukas (born 1986) is a Finnish computer programmer, children’s writer and programming instructor. In 2014, her Hello Ruby coding book for children raised $380,000 on Kickstarter becoming the platform’s most highly funded children’s book. 127 more words
[This is a guest post by Janine Utell, who is a Professor of English at Widener University in Pennsylvania. She teaches composition and 19th and 20th century British literature; she has also facilitated a number of on- and off-campus workshops on writing, critical thinking, and general education. 1,261 more words
This is the first in a series that explains the why, what, and how of creating a flipped classroom.
The winds of education reform are shifting toward the use of educational technology in the classroom and the teacher as a facilitator, moving away from the traditional lecturer role. 343 more words