Jan. 11, 2012

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Webinar with Alan November and Dr. Eric Mazur

BLCFeaturePresenterThis is a very special episode of our podcast series. It’s an archived recording of our first of what we hope will be many live webinars complete with audience Q&A at the end.

In this conversation, Alan talks again to Dr. Eric Mazur, Area Dean of Applied Physics at Harvard University and 2011 Building Learning Communities Conference keynote speaker. Alan and Dr. Mazur revisit his work on flipped learning along with peer instruction that is guided by the questions and misconceptions students bring to class each day. This process, being done using his Learning Catalytics software, is allowing him to visualize student learning in new and exciting ways.

Dr. Mazur will be back for the 2013 Building Learning Communities Conference to work with participants in a pre-conference session. For more information, visit http://www.blcconference.com.

 

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