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Ugly Learning. Now that caught my eye!

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A blog post written by Brian Bennett, a biology teacher in the public school system, talks about flipping a classroom for the first time; Flipping, as we have written about in the NTC blog, assigns the cognitively heavy portion of coursework for students to work on outside of the classroom, and then when they meet with the teacher again, students work on problems or homework with the teacher present. Mr. Bennett says to be prepared to see some less than wonderful evaluations from the students as they are introduced to the new format.

Read his blog post at: http://www.brianbennett.org/blog/ugly-learning/

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