'Supersizing' the College Classroom: How One Instructor Teaches 2,670 Students
Virginia Tech instructor, John Boyer, teaches a class of 3,000 students, incorporating game-based strategies and live skyped in guests like Myanmar's pro-democracy leader, Aung San Suu Kyi. As supersized classes of 300 students or more remain a constant in Higher Education Institutions, professors can use technology to maximize their reach.
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