Category Archives: Instructional Design

Why Google Classroom won’t affect institutional LMS market … yet

By Phil HillMore Posts (291) Yesterday I shared a post about the new Google Classroom details that are coming out via YouTube videos, and as part of that post I made the following statement [emphasis added]: I am not one … Continue reading

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Efficacy, Adaptive Learning, and the Flipped Classroom, Part II

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1015) In my last post, I described positive but mixed results of an effort by MSU’s psychology department to flip and blend their classroom: On the 30-item comprehensive exam, students in the redesigned sections performed significantly … Continue reading

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New e-Literate TV Episode: Flipped Classrooms and Team-based Course Design

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1015) In our final episode of the pilot series, Phil interviews George Washington University Chair and Associate Professor of Marketing Vanessa Perry about her experiences developing a flipped class, with a focus on the team course development … Continue reading

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Outcomes-Based Education and the Conservative Radicalism of the AAC&U

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1015) I have been invited to participate on the Digital Working Group of the Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U’s) General Education Maps and Markers (GEMs) program. (As we will see, AAC&U loves its acronyms.) … Continue reading

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Massive, Open, and Course Design

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1015) Martin Weller has a great blog post up about course design responses to MOOC completion rates. He starts by arguing that, while completion rates are not everything in MOOCs, they are not nothing either. A … Continue reading

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