Workshop Session B.1 – Engineering Education Methods: Your Engineering Classroom Goes Flipped! How to get Started
Jeffrey Harris and Marnie Jamieson | In the flipped classroom, the roles of homework (application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation tasks) and lecture (knowledge and comprehension tasks) are reversed, allowing for higher-order learning in the classroom. The flipped classroom can be an effective teaching strategy in engineering. Participants in the workshop will learn about flipped classroom strategies, teaching best practices, and develop a plan to flip one lecture from a course they teach. The workshop will model the flipped classroom: participants will be asked to watch a brief video and answer a survey in advance of the workshop.