In the flipped classroom, students get their first exposure to material outside class via videos, readings, or podcasts.  During class, students work in small groups discussing the material or solving problems, and the instructor walks around providing guidance.  Since problem solving is a common element of this classroom model, there will be some conversations in this FLC about improving problem solving skills by designing effective problem solving activities. Participants of this FLC are either currently using this model or interested in trying it out during a future semester.

A Quick-Start Guide to Flipping your Classroom

Presentations on Flipped Classrooms and our FLC:

Facilitator
Alex Capaldi
Mathematics and Statistics

Facilitator
Melissa Desjarlais
Mathematics and Statistics