Proposal Title

Keys to Success in Large Flipped Classrooms

Proposal Abstract

After a gamified introduction to flipped classroom models, presentation of several years of research results from lower division chemistry will show the efficacy of flipped classroom instruction. We will demonstrate practical techniques for maximizing student performance by addressing common complications that arise during implementation of flipped classroom methods. Emphasis will be placed on designing activities for students of varying preparation and skill levels. Presentation of individual technology tools will be tailored to the audience’s specific interests.

Objectives for this session include:

Participants will learn ways to increase accountability in pre-class work for flipped class instruction.

Participants will learn ways to engage students of all levels in flipped large lecture courses where skill and motivation levels are extremely varied.

Participants will learn to balance material covered in and out of class using the pre-class accountability measures as a gauge for student learning.

Participants will be introduced to various online tools for achieving these goals and will learn some of the potential strengths and weaknesses of each tool.

Location

Room 1002

Publication Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)

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Mar 25th, 10:00 AM Mar 25th, 10:45 AM

Keys to Success in Large Flipped Classrooms

Room 1002

After a gamified introduction to flipped classroom models, presentation of several years of research results from lower division chemistry will show the efficacy of flipped classroom instruction. We will demonstrate practical techniques for maximizing student performance by addressing common complications that arise during implementation of flipped classroom methods. Emphasis will be placed on designing activities for students of varying preparation and skill levels. Presentation of individual technology tools will be tailored to the audience’s specific interests.

Objectives for this session include:

Participants will learn ways to increase accountability in pre-class work for flipped class instruction.

Participants will learn ways to engage students of all levels in flipped large lecture courses where skill and motivation levels are extremely varied.

Participants will learn to balance material covered in and out of class using the pre-class accountability measures as a gauge for student learning.

Participants will be introduced to various online tools for achieving these goals and will learn some of the potential strengths and weaknesses of each tool.