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Elaine Merical commented on Marc Seigel's blog post I blame the Flipped Classroom.
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I blame the Flipped Classroom.

A lot of things happened to me this year and when I started to analyze everything I realized that it is all the fault of the Flipped Classroom. 1.  My teaching style has radically changed.  No longer do I control my classroom, but give as much control as possible to my students.  I still guide the learning, but they control how and when it occurs.  I work harder than ever before and, but so do my students and they are learning more. 2.  My students can't take traditional paper and pencil…See More
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I blame the Flipped Classroom.

A lot of things happened to me this year and when I started to analyze everything I realized that it is all the fault of the Flipped Classroom. 1.  My teaching style has radically changed.  No longer do I control my classroom, but give as much control as possible to my students.  I still guide the learning, but they control how and when it occurs.  I work harder than ever before and, but so do my students and they are learning more. 2.  My students can't take traditional paper and pencil…See More
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Random Question Feature for Quizzes

I am having a problem with the random question feature in quizzes.  It is selecting different questions for each student, but if the student takes the same quiz multiple times it is giving them the same questions each time.  Anyone know how to have it create a random quiz every time?See More
Nov 12, 2010
Marc Seigel replied to Mary Beth Hertz's discussion Tell Us Where You Blog! in the group Bloggers Support Group
"You can find my blog at http://mrseigel.blogspot.com/. I am still new to the blogging world, so you will see my posts are limited. But, I focus on my views of education, video podcasts that I am creating and soon will be talking about my adventures…"
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Educators Using Moodle

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Oct 15, 2010

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I blame the Flipped Classroom.

Posted on June 24, 2011 at 9:46pm 1 Comment

A lot of things happened to me this year and when I started to analyze everything I realized that it is all the fault of the Flipped Classroom.



1.  My teaching style has radically changed.  No longer do I control my classroom, but give as much control as possible to my students.  I still guide the learning, but they control how and when it occurs.  I work harder than ever before and, but so do my students and they are learning more.…



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