Flipping the Classroom: An Example Using Good Practices: USF SMART Lab
Advantages of flipping the classroom will be discussed and how that has the potential to improve students’ understanding and achievement. The evidence supporting this will be an overview of the SMART Lab which supports the mathematics flipped classrooms at USF. The design of the SMART Lab classes closely align with the seven principles for good practice for undergraduate education: increases faculty contact time with students, fosters cooperation, encourages active learning, provides prompt feedback, emphasizes time on task, communicates high expectations, and respects diverse talents and ways of learning. Data suggests this venture has positive implications on students’ learning. Facilitated by Fran Hopf. Click the following link to register for USF workshops: http://workshops.etg.usf.edu/.
January 28, 1:00 pm-2:00 pm, SVC 1072