- "When good teaching leads to bad results: The disasters of well taught Mathematics courses" by Alan Schoenfeld
- "A quick-start guide to the moore method" by Mahavier et al.
- "The inverted classroom in a large enrolment introductory physics course: a case study" by Simon Bates and Ross Galloway
- "Approaches to Learning: A Guide for Teachers" by Jordan et al.
- "A Characterization of Social Networks for Effective Communication and Collaboration in Computing Education" by G. Gannod and K. Bachman.
- "Bloom's Taxonomy Interpreted for Mathematics" by Lindsay Shorser
- "Enhancing University Teaching: Lessons from Research into Award-Winning Teachers" by David Kember and Carmel McNaught

In this post I'll simply list some literature that I'd have liked to blog about if I had the time.

## Books/Dissertations

- "The effects of the classroom flip on the learning environment: a comparison of learning activity in a traditional classroom and a flip classroom that used an intelligent tutoring system" by Strayer
- "Inclusion and Diversity, meeting the needs of all students" by Gravestock
- "Problem-Based Learning: An Inquiry Approach" by Barell
- "Teaching for Quality Learning at University" by Biggs and Tang
- "Problem-based Learning: Case Studies, Experience and Practice (Case Studies of Teaching in Higher Education)" by Schwartz et al.
- "The Moore Method: A Pathway to Learner-Centered Instruction" by Coppin et al.

## Papers

- "Technology in the classroom: Burning the bridges to the gaps in gender-biased education?" by Plumm
- "The Efï¬cacy of Podcasting Technology in Instructional Delivery" by McCombs and Liu
- "Personal Learning Environments, social media, and self-regulated learning: A natural formula for connecting formal and informal learning" by Dabbagh and Kitsantas
- "An introduction to threshold concepts" by Cousin
- "The behaviourist approach: the basics" by Aidan Sammons
- "Evaluation of the IBL Mathematics Project: Student and Instructor Outcomes of Inquiry-Based Learning in College Mathematics" by Laursen et al.
- "Why and how mathematicians read proofs: an exploratory study" by Weber et al.
- "Extreme Apprenticeship Method in Teaching Programming for Beginners"

I thought I'd also include a section on blogs. There are some awesome bloggers around that post some great stuff about education, I most certainly will forget a bunch of great ones but here they are (where possible I've also linked to their G+ profile, that's probably where I met them).

## Blogs

- +Theron Hitchman's blog: Circles and Tangents
- +Dana Ernst's blog: http://danaernst.com/
- +Stan Yoshinobu's blog: The IBL Blog
- +David Richeson's blog: Division by zero
- +Raymond Johnson's blog: Mathed.net
- +Patrick Honner's blog: http://mrhonner.com/
- +Bret Benesh's blog: Solvable by Radicals
- +John Baez's blog: Azimuth

There's also a list of resources that Dana Ernst put together that I'd recommend taking a look at here.

**Conclusion**

**I've enjoyed reviewing papers and blogging about them. I might well continue to do so. If it's of interest the post in the series that got the most reads is my review of a paper offering evidence for a flipped classroom.**

In all the posts of this series I gave a mark out of 10 to each paper as far as usefulness to my PCUTL portfolio is concerned. Without a doubt the most useful piece of literature is "Approaches to Learning: A Guide for Teachers" by Jordan et al.. I really recommend that book: it's great.