Turn to Your Neighbor Turns 30,000 and Launches #flippedtip Series


TTYN Readers Worldwide (most frequent in red)

A very big THANK YOU to all of our readers and members of the Peer Instruction Network!

Turn to Your Neighbor was born on February 25, 2012. And today, we turned 30,000 hits old.

Top Three Turn to Your Neighbor Posts

The top three TTYN posts discuss flipped implementation with tips for promoting both out-of and in-class engagement.

1. How do I get my students to prepare before coming to a flipped class?

2. How one professor motivated students to read before a flipped class, and measured their effort

3. To vote or not to vote: Best practices in Peer Instruction

Flipped Tip of the Day Series Launch

To celebrate turning 30,000, we are instituting a Flipped Tip of the Day series on Twitter. Tips will be posted under the hashtag #flippedtip every weekday between 12:00-3:00 Eastern time.

Follow this link to get a rolling list of the tips or view a feed of the tips on Turn to Your Neighbor, on the bottom right hand corner of the screen under: Peer Instruction Tweets.

Tips will disseminate best practices from and for innovative educators everywhere who are working to transform their students’ learning across institutional types, disciplines, subjects, and geographic regions by flipping their classrooms in creative and evidence-based ways.

Inaugural flippedtip

The inaugural tip from Eric Mazur is:

TIP: Promote good #peerinstruction discussion: aim for 30-70% students getting question right b4 discussion #flippedtip http://bit.ly/Olkdv5

Submit your flippedtips!
Have a tip? Enter it on our flippedtip line

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