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Flipping the classroom
Transcript of Flipping the classroom
Think back to when you were a student. What was your most memorable learning experience?
A) A lecture
B) an independent study project
C) a research project
D) None of the above
When did you really learn the material that you teach?
What do most lectures focus on?
have students use texts, video lectures, and other materials to acquire basic knowledge outside of class
What do students find most difficult?
use class time to assist students with problems that involve applications
San Jose State / EdX
Circuits and Electronics class
Old passing rate = 51%
Used EdX MOOC to flip class
New passing rate = 91%
Eric Mazur - physics
"Data obtained in my class and in classes
of colleagues worldwide, in a wide range of
academic settings and a wide range of disci-
plines, show that learning gains nearly triple
with an approach that focuses on the student
and on interactive learning."
Eric Mazur, Farewell Lecture, Science, 1/2/2009
Eco 101 - prior to course restructure - median student performed at roughly 46-55th percentile
using JITT, short granular videos, mastery learning quizzes, and clickers - median student is at 75th percentile (last two years)
Students select 10-11 topics at first class meeting
I select journal articles and working papers on these topics - all papers are presented by students
Students engage in significant research paper
Student presentation during the last 2-3 weeks
More engagement, somewhat better papers