Thursday, October 13, 2016, 3:30–5:00 p.m. in the HUB Monongahela Room.
the flipped classroom model prevalent in the literature, students
typically read, watch, or listen to a lecture outside of class, and then
work on a project or problem in class where the professor and multiple
assistants are available to assist or guide them. In published case
studies, flipping shows remarkable increases in student attendance,
retention and understanding.
This panel discusses its experiences with
flipping in large classes or laboratory sections at IUP, how the
faculty “flipped out,” and how they modified their teaching to
incorporate the principles of flipping.
Speakers: Anne Kondo, Justin Fair, and Wendy Elcesser, Chemistry
This event is for faculty and TAs only. RSVPs are not necessary. Refreshments provided.