The Flipped Classroom: Homework in Class and Lecture at Home

A couple of weeks ago, there was an article in The Atlantic that not only discussed the idea of a “flipped” classroom (homework in class, lecture at home), but actually had data on this idea. Before we get into the data, I wanted to talk a little bit about this idea of the flipped classroom. As you know, […]

Harvard University’s Justice with Professor Michael Sandel

This past semester I had the good fortune of taking a class in ethics. I rather enjoyed the class and it sparked my interest in deepening the learning on the subject. As a result, I did some digging and came across a course that has been put online (Aside: I am a big fan of […]

What’s On My iPod: Lectures, In and Around Metro DC, Part 5

Part 1: Songs, LA to DC Part 2: Lectures, LA to DC Part 3: Podcasts, LA to DC Part 4: Lectures/Podcasts, Ottawa to DC In the first four parts of this series, I wrote about the various music, podcasts, or lectures that I listened to on my various road trips. Now that I’m in the […]

What’s On My iPod: Lectures/Podcasts From A Road Trip, Ottawa to DC, Part 4

Part 1: Songs, LA to DC Part 2: Lectures, LA to DC Part 3: Podcasts, LA to DC In the first three parts of this series, I wrote about what was on my iPod for the trip from LA to DC (by car). More recently, I drove from Ottawa to DC, which allowed me to […]

What’s On My iPod: Lectures From A Road Trip, LA to DC, Part 2

This post is a bit overdue as the lectures/podcasts I listened happened during the last week of June, but I thought it would still be nice to go over some of the things that I learned from the lectures/podcasts. As you’ll see, this is a “Part 2” where the first part was dedicated to the […]