It is a month before the semester starts and you want to try flipping your classroom using Peer Instruction in the Fall. You’ve read the blog posts, gone through the Quick Start Guide, now are looking to snuggle up with a good journal article or two to do a bit more in-depth preparation. Here is a list of some of the readings we refer to most in our work here in the Mazur Group. (This list is not exhaustive by any means, but offers a great start). For a narrative overview of research on Peer Instruction, also check out the PER User’s guide article, What Does the Research Say?
How to Transform Learning – With Teaching
Julie Schell, Leaders of Learners, 5, 3-5 (2012).
Student-Centered University Learning: Turning Traditional Education Models Upside Down
Julie Schell, ReVista: Harvard Review of Latin America, Fall, 20-23 (2012).
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