Session S26e (Wednesday, 2pm, Thomas 117)

P828: Flip your class: Strategies and student reactions to a flipped classroom

Kelly Butzler (Pennsylvania College of Technology, USA)

The flipped or inverted classroom is a revised pedagogical approach to classroom instruction that utilizes lecture-capture technologies to allow for increased quality face-to-face time. The inverted classroom eliminates the one-way learning process of the instructor reciting information to the student. The knowledge and comprehension of material is learned by the student outside of class, which allows the application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of concepts the focus in a face-to-face classroom. The presenter will describe how classroom capture technology is utilized in an organic chemistry class to facilitate low-level learning outside of class. As a result, higher-level problem-solving skills are addressed in the classroom in a collaborative and interactive atmosphere. Assessment strategies for information gained outside of class as well as student reactions to these strategies and the inverted classroom will be addressed.


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