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Ah Yes, the Troubling “Dean”-to-Professor Ratio… or, this again

Ah Yes, the Troubling “Dean”-to-Professor Ratio… or, this again | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it

by Chuck Rybak/@chuckrybak Over at Bloomberg Busi­ness­week, John Hechinger has taken on the very dif­fi­cult topic of bal­loon­ing admin­is­tra­tion in higher edu­ca­tion (I will not link to it). ...

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A list of stuff we're reading and thinking about re: Hybrid Pedagogy, Digital Pedagogy, and Critical Pedagogy. www.hybridpedagogy.com
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The flipped classroom: six myths

The flipped classroom: six myths | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
What is the flipped classroom?
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Kiruthika Ragupathi's curator insight, July 12, 1:12 AM

The author lists six common misconceptions about the flipped classroom, and provides answers based on peer-reviewed research and his own experience flipping classes.

Dr. Pyrate's curator insight, July 16, 9:22 AM

We've been "Flipping Out" with our Hybrid Instruction Project #tltHIP Several colleagues are really tackling this.

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Flipping an Online Class

Flipping an Online Class | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
This article was originally published on Kris Shaffer's blog on May 13, 2015. Dr. Shaffer will be offering a three-week online course, "The Flipped Classroom", starting July 19, 2015 through Digita...
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Dr. Pyrate's curator insight, June 25, 11:35 AM

Since beginning to co-manage the Hybrid Instruction Project, this is one of our key questions. A good platform for dialogue and strategy-building. 

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The Question of “Can We…?” | Teaching | Chris Friend

The Question of “Can We…?” | Teaching | Chris Friend | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
"I want my students’ work to be delicious, & I want to savor each morsel" v @chris_friend (savor the audio) http://t.co/Fiq7pQxEyK #moocmooc
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Hybrid Pedagogy 2014 List of Lists

Hybrid Pedagogy 2014 List of Lists | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
We reviewed the events and publications of 2014 and present our list of the year’s greatest hits — those articles and projects that we believe warrant another look or a closer read.
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On Not Silencing Students: A Pedagogical How-to

On Not Silencing Students: A Pedagogical How-to | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
Why do students submit writing to their teachers? Many writing-intensive courses at all levels of education center on student-created, teacher-graded writing assignments. Such a system streamlines ...
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The elimination of us

The elimination of us | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
This will be my first time writing a post that doesn't have a solution at the end, or a happy ending…I try to remain pos…
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#iNACOL14: Blended Learning, and the Talk at the Table

#iNACOL14: Blended Learning, and the Talk at the Table | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
Big speeches about revolution and leadership and sweeping change do not have analogues in the classroom. #iNACOL14 — Sean Michael Morris (@slamteacher) November 7, 2014 Last week, I heard Sal Khan ...
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More Educator Luddites Please

More Educator Luddites Please | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
Part two of:  The Age of Bricolage: School in the Change Blender: Technology is always disruptive: Think of the introduction of the printing press, or the combine harvester, or the typewriter. Thin...
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From Homework to Preparing for Class Assignments

From Homework to Preparing for Class Assignments | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
I Hate Homework  And, I bet you do as well. What if we stopped using homework to name that part of a learning process or practice that we want students to engage (and notice I'm not using complete ...
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Professional Practice

Professional Practice | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
As the beginning of the academic year approaches, I start rehearsing the inevitable conversations I will have with faculty. In general, those conversations will be the same as they were last year, ...
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Late Work

Late Work | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
An instructor comes to me with a quibble about late policies in his department’s composition courses. I’m feeling ornery and rushed when he e-mails, I’m feeling curious and obstinate, so I ask him:...
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Carole Calenso-Fair's comment, August 7, 2014 12:56 PM
Happy to see this. I am more interested in seeing the best work that someone can do at a given point, and if that takes a couple more days, I'm happy with that, Not interested in running a time-clock learning environment.
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Teaching Writing Massively, Part Two

Teaching Writing Massively, Part Two | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
Why are there so few MOOCs that incorporate writing, much less focus on writing as a subject? This is the second in a two-part article on the potential for the recent online learning phenomenon to ...
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“Unwanted” Diversity: The Endless Space Between Words

“Unwanted” Diversity: The Endless Space Between Words | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
The Pearson blog recently asked if MOOCs are simply too open and John Hennessy answered by stating that “two words are wrong in ‘MOOC’: Massive and open.” The problem, they say, is that open admiss...
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On Anti-Racist Education, the Digital, & Primary Texts

On Anti-Racist Education, the Digital, & Primary Texts | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
On the morning of June 27th, 2015, the nation watched as activist Bree Newsome scaled a pole at the South Carolina State…
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Innovation through Reflection: a Call for Teachers

Innovation through Reflection: a Call for Teachers | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it

“Didn’t we have bigger dreams for instructional technology?” ~ Phil Hill at ITC 2015 It is a truism that learning can happen in any environment. Learning does not require a teacher, though traditio...

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Structure is Not Sacrosanct:  A Pedagogical How-to

Structure is Not Sacrosanct:  A Pedagogical How-to | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
What does a student-centered classroom look like?  In recent years this question has gone from a fringe conversation amongst scholars of pedagogy to a mainstream discussion more and more common in ...
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Federated Education: New Directions in Digital Collaboration

Federated Education: New Directions in Digital Collaboration | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
by Mike Caulfield. Keynote delivered at NWACC 11/6/2014. Part 1: Sputnik I'm going to start this keynote by stealing a story from Steven Johnson, a historian of technology. Johnson uses the inventi...
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Rewriting the LMS Story: Part 1

Rewriting the LMS Story: Part 1 | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
Part 1 of Part 1: Telling Rewriting the LMS Story Note for my semi-regular (not so much lately) readers: Apologies for my absence. I recently took a position with a new organization.  The transitio...
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Handwriting v. Laptops? Why People Ask the Wrong Question (and Why Think Pair Share Rules Yet Again)

Handwriting v. Laptops? Why People Ask the Wrong Question (and Why Think Pair Share Rules Yet Again) | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it

Do students learn less when they are taking notes on a laptop than they learn when they take notes in a lecture class by handwriting?

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12 Steps for Creating a Digital Assignment or Hybrid Class

12 Steps for Creating a Digital Assignment or Hybrid Class | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it

Digital Pedagogy is a recursive process, a constant interplay between building and analyzing what we’ve built -- between teaching and meta-level reflection on our own process.  

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Shit and Curses, and Other Updates on the Steven Salaita Affair (Updated)

Shit and Curses, and Other Updates on the Steven Salaita Affair (Updated) | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
1. Yesterday, University of Nevada professor Gautam Premnath called the University of Illinois to protest the hirefire of Steven Salaita. A giggly employee in the Chancellor's office told Premnath ...
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I Lie About My Teaching

I Lie About My Teaching | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
It's hard to get a true sense of what a classroom is really like—especially from the adult who runs it.
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Teaching Writing Massively, Part One

Teaching Writing Massively, Part One | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
Why are there so few MOOCs that incorporate writing, much less focus on writing as a subject?  This is the first in a two-part article on the potential for the recent online learning phenomenon to ...
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