How “flipping” the way we teach and assess students will actually improve their learning.

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Today most classes conduct quizzes offering binary grades: you either pass, or fail, or somewhere in between.  As a student, what can you learn or apply from this type of grading?  Not much, unfortunately.  All of these learning approaches are actually getting in the way of how adult students should learn.   There’s a better way: flip the classroom, flip the assessment.


To learn more visit this months blog post at

http://global.qlik.com/us/blog/posts/kevin-hanegan/are-grades-getting-in-the-way-of-our-learning