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John Osterhout
Click to view contentIntroduction. I wrote this post primarily for professors that might be considering flipping their classrooms. The tips and tricks below I developed while teaching General Chemistry to freshmen for eight years at Angelo State University. Of course, some, if not most of these tips would apply to upper division classes as well.   First Tip. Bookmark… (Show more)
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John Osterhout
Click to view contentIt's a beautiful day in the land of Flipped Chemistry. The students arrive with bright eyes and inquiring minds. They've done the reading, achieved a basic mastery of the concepts, and are now ready to polish their newly-won knowledge in their groups. I usually wake up right at that point.   When I first flipped my General Chemistry class, I… (Show more)
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Brandon Tenn
Click to view contentMerced College (3600 M St, Merced, CA, 95348) will be hosting the 2nd Annual Active Learning Conference on January 9th 2019.  This one-day conference will feature a keynote address by Dr. Nika Hogan, an English professor from Pasadena City College and the National Coordinator for the Reading Apprenticeship Project through WestEd and over 10… (Show more)
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Kevin Revell
For today's seminar, we will use these links:   Metal-Nonmetal Reactions Precipitation Reactions Bomb Calorimetry Voltaic Cells
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John Osterhout
Click to view contentIn a post last May, "What's Your Style". I invited members of this community to answer questions about their flipping style with the promise that I would summarize the results at a later date. About the same time, I sent an email to everyone who had requested a password for my worksheets (available free here) and included a questionnaire that… (Show more)
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