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Jim Berger – What's the Secret to Start Teaching Online?

By Krista Charbonneau posted on February 18, 2005

Jim Berger redesigned Biology 200 to use a combination of in-person class time and an online component. The in-person time divided into two parts: Jim lectures fifty per cent of the time and the other half is workshop time, where students work together in groups on problem solving.
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Adam Frank and Lisa Quinn – How Can Mixed-Mode Improve In-Class Discussions and Focus the Course?

By Krista Charbonneau posted on December 14, 2004

Adam Frank's Critical Approaches to Media course introduces students to a variety of intelligent, critical writing about media: print, television, film, radio, comics, and digital media. Adam and Lisa say that making the change to mixed-mode teaching has strengthened the focus and cohesiveness of the entire course.
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