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Discover How You Can Flip Your Own Classroom

Welcome to a podcast series hosted by Jeffrey L. Anderson and Larry Hess. Each podcast is less than five minutes and will provide you with tips and best practices for flipping your own classroom.

About the Presenters


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Jeffrey L. Anderson is a Senior Lecturer in the College of Business at Ohio University where he has taught Management and Management Information Systems Classes since 1989. In addition to teaching management principles, Jeffrey directs the Ohio International Consulting Program, where multi-cultural teams work on international consulting engagements with companies that have operations in Ohio.

He has helped develop, deliver, and lead business training programs which have trained over 2,000 information technology consultants for a major European firm.

Professor Anderson is an advocate of the flipped classroom methodology and has written scholarly articles and book chapters on flipped teaching. He has given more than 25 presentations on flipped teaching at conferences, symposiums and workshops at locations including Louisiana State University, Bryant University, the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and the University of Pecs in Hungary.

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Larry Hess is an Instructional Technologist II at Ohio Universities College of Business. Larry has a BSIT in Visual Communications and a strong multimedia background and brings in expertise from web design, photography, video, audio, and instructional technology usage. He enjoys finding solutions with technology and helping others use technology to solve real world problems.

After recently obtaining his Masters in Educational Technology his goal is to make the learning experience more powerful and immersive for the students and faculty. More information about Larry can be found at: www.larryhessdesign.com.

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