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Saturday, March 22 • 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Flipping the Classroom: Is It Worth the Hype?

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The flipped classroom is a blended learning approach to a constructivist classroom. Educators from all over the world are proclaiming its benefits. But, what do the students think? Does flipping change student learning? What are the most important aspects to consider when flipping a course? Join three flipped classroom instructors and two students as they present their perspectives on teaching and learning in a variety of courses. Together the presenters will construct a picture of how students and teachers perceive learning and teaching in a flipped classroom as well as how flipping a class affects students learning outcomes.

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Susan Stewart

Assistant Professor and Research Associate, Aerospace Engineering, University Park
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Stephanie Velegol

Instructor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Penn State University
I am passionate about showing students that they can change the world through Environmental Engineering. By flipping my classes, I am able to engage the students in active learning and real world discussions and field trips. In addition I engage with some students on the use of... Read More →

Saturday March 22, 2014 1:15pm - 2:00pm EDT
Room 208 215 Innovation Blvd State College, PA 16803

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