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Talking About Flipping with Rich Halverson

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I had a great conversation this past week with University of Wisconsin-Madison professor Richard Halverson and WHYY Radio Times host Marty Moss-Coane about flipping classrooms. It was interesting to hear how Rich and I have independently converged on pretty similar perspectives on the issue: teachers who experiment with flipping their classrooms are taking a step towards using technology to reorganizing how they use classroom time. Such a first step doesn't constitute major change on its own, but we're optimistic that such a step can help teachers move forwards towards classrooms with more engagement and student ownership of learning. 

Some good discussion here in about an hour long conversation. Many thanks to WHYY for having me on:

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