What I’m Learning from Flipping My Classroom
Designing a Course That Works for Instructors and Students
“Flipped Classrooms” are generating both buzz and backlash, but in fact the term is used as shorthand for a huge array of possible course management and teaching methods, any of which could be helpful (or not) in a given teaching situation.
In this session, Dr. Lenore Hoyt from the Department of Chemistry will share her own experiences over several semesters of flipping large introductory Chemistry courses, describe the pros and cons of various techniques, and offer advice for how to effectively negotiate some common challenges with the flipped classroom approach.
Participants will have the opportunity to:
- Explore the advantages and disadvantages of various strategies for increasing student engagement and responsibility
- Strategize techniques to incorporate into their own traditional or “flipped” classrooms
2/21/2014Friday, 12-2 p.m.Room W210 (Ekstrom)
Lenore Hoyt is associate professor in the Department of Chemistry. She earned her B.S. in Chemistry from Appalachian State University and her Ph.D. from The University of Tennessee, was a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Yale University, and taught at Idaho State University for six years before leaving tenure for love and a move to Louisville. Over eight years at UofL, she has taught thousands of students in various introductory-level Chemistry courses.