Are you interested in designing a flipped college curriculum?
Upper level math courses are great for this. If you teach at a small university and cannot offer every upper-level math course every semester, you can have students taking DIFFERENT courses in the same classroom with the same instructor. I call it the "one room schoolhouse" model. It's cost-effective, flexible, and allows small schools to offer a great variety of low-enrollment courses. I am slated to teach this way next year.
If you're flipping in college, I'd love to hear from you.
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Hey everyone, I am in the process of writing an internal grant to support our Department wide adoption of the Flipped Classroom model. We plan on phasing it in one class this fall and expand from…Continue
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