INSPIRATION

Confessions of a converted lecturer Listen to Erik Mazur, one of the pioneer teachers of blended and flipped learning, tell his inspiring story of pedagogical transformation. 
Mazur

How to use Peer Feedback to clarify the "Muddiest Point" This video instructs teachers to ask students to clarify their "Muddiest Point" (the part(s) of the content that they are having the most trouble understanding). From there, the students go online and participate in discussion boards and other online discussions to share their thoughts and assist each other. This effective Peer Feedback amongst the students is an effective assessment tool in face-to-face, blended, and online classes.
Muddy point



Last updated by: Andreas Ragn 22/12/2016