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Robert Talbert

Robert Talbert is a Professor and Assistant Chair in the Mathematics Department at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan USA. He teaches and conducts research in the teaching and learning of undergraduate mathematics, as well as pure mathematics. He also serves the university and the broader community on a variety of projects. Robert is an active speaker and consultant in the areas of flipped learning, teaching with technology, and self-regulated learning.

How Does Flipped Learning Affect Students’ Emotional Needs?

One reason why we read research literature on flipped learning is to understand exactly when and how flipped learning environments might help students learn...

Dive In to the Ocean of Flipped Research

An essential part of being an effective teacher is keeping your knowledge up-to-date, and one of the best ways to do this...

“Professor, could you explain again why what you said makes sense?”

This exact phrase, one morning in a Calculus class, set off a seismic shift in my teaching career. The year was 2005, and I...