Carnegie Mellon University (2011-2017)
University of Washington (2007-2011)
Vienna University of Technology (2004-2007)
This essay argues that we should use the limited time in classroom for solidification and interpretation of material which was students have previously learned by themselves at their own pace through homeworks. This philosophy is very much in spirit with proposals to replace "teaching the content classes" with Khan Academy style web-based video courses recorded once, and then to focus the classroom time on discussion sessions and dealing with questions. Also note the recent momentum around online tools that help to "flip" the classroom (see e.g. Friedman's May 2011 NYtimes article).
This was a provocative presentation on higher education. Slides are partly in German and English.