This article provides key insights from a 2016 Alliance Meeting Session led by Damon Marquis and Hilary J. Schmidt.
Early in 2013, in a planning session with the Alliance Annual Meeting planning committee, it was suggested that I chair a pre-conference workshop on the science of learning. After some discussion, it was also proposed that the workshop be designed as a flipped classroom experience.
Planning educational interventions should be purposeful, and the most effective way to accomplish this is through a systematic method of instructional design (ID).
In James Lang’s third book, “Small Teaching: Everyday Lessons from the Science of Learning,” a stepwise approach to evidence-based learning strategies are outlined, offering small, practice-ready changes that teachers can incorporate into every day practice.
A provider’s real-time application of TELMS