I just left this as a Comment, but am reposting here:
Ed went to a department Christmas party Friday night & was talking to a young English professor at Cornell.
She told him students are incredibly lucky because they get to attend lectures.
She loved attending lectures as a college student.
So did I.
Ed remembers brilliant lecturers at Princeton -- and only one class with boring lectures.
Eureka, part 2
Eureka, part 3
Eureka, part 4
Eureka, part 5
Flipping the Classroom: Hot, Hot, Hot
MOOCs grow the gap
The New York Times is surprised
In the world of MOOCs, 2+2 is never 4
World's funniest joke: humor depends on surprise
Dick Van Dyke on comedy
Philip Keller on the flipped classroom
If students could talk
Who wants flipped classrooms? (Salman Khan on liberating teachers)
Are math & science lectures boring in a way humanities & social science lectures are not?