eCOTS 2016 - Panel - Teaching a Flipped or Blended Course


Presented by:

Alison Gibbs, Scott McDaniel, Cassandra Pattanayak, and Adam Sullivan

Abstract

This panel will discuss teaching a flipped or blended statistics course. In particular, the following questions will be addressed, in addition to questions from the audience:

  1. What is the format of your flipped or blended course? Include in your answer what do students do outside of class and what they do in-class.
  2. Why did you decide to flip/blend? Has the flipping/blending achieved the desired result?
  3. What is the biggest success in your flipped/blended class?
  4. What has been the biggest challenge in flipping/blending? How have you addressed the challenge?
  5. What is your favourite activity? Describe the activity and tell whether it is an in-class or out-of-class activity.
  6. Do you have any evidence of changes in learning outcomes or students’ attitudes or course satisfaction?

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