Presented by:Adam Sullivan, Brown University
Flipping classes has been a hot topic at the university level for the past few years. The concept and idea behind having students come to class already having been "lectured" and ready to discuss or do in class activities sounds unreal but amazing. The goal of this session is to briefly discuss what was done when we flipped a course at Harvard School of Public Health. I will display informal assessments of students performance but more importantly what we learned from the students when doing this. Suggestions for how to improve on our model will be offered as well as a look into how students reacted when we incorporated these changes.
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(Tip: right-click and choose "Save As...")Teaching a Flipped or Blended Course