Go to school, listen to your teacher lecture, go home, do your homework. For centuries, this has been the way that school’s been done. But now, a new model of teaching is turning the traditional classroom on its head. Under the flipped classroom model, students watch lectures at home, online. Class time is reserved for collaborative activities that help reinforce concepts and increase engagement. In this infographic, learn about the history of the flipped classroom… Read more
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Daily Archives: August 29, 2011
Welcome to another installment of Knewton’s MBA News Roundup! This week, check out articles on how much the Class of 2013 has to borrow to pay for their MBAs (over $100 million!), the proliferation of family business programs at top b-schools, and how much earning potential students sacrifice to get their MBAs online. 1. This Incoming MBA Class Is Racking Up More Than $100 Million In Debt The b-school Class of 2013 is on track… Read more
It’s that time again – time for our third WTF video! This time, we’re going back to our technology roots with “WTF are Programming Languages and APIs?” led by API Community Manager and Senior Software Engineer Devon Jones. Check out the video for a short history of programming languages, what they really are, and how they work. Leave any questions, comments, or suggestions for future WTF talks in the comments!