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What inspires us to learn?

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What inspires us to learn? How do we create an atmosphere for lifelong learning? How can we apply our creativity in our work as educators and inspire our students? In this presentation I document my 5-year learning journey in making online pre-lab learning more engaging, adopting educational technology to make instructional videos more realistic. From adopting the GoPro cameras to wearing Google Glasses, I have experimented with a number of filming devices that suits the flipped classroom model. The application of Instructor’s point of view (IPOV) is one excellent way that excites our undergraduates, encourages them to learn better and cultivates intrinsic motivations. Remember, we are in charge in ensuring students acquire a Technology-Enabled Blending Learning Experience (TEBLE) in the 21st century.

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