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A Hybrid Flipped First-Year Engineering Course

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Conference

2014 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition

Location

Indianapolis, Indiana

Publication Date

June 15, 2014

Start Date

June 15, 2014

End Date

June 18, 2014

ISSN

2153-5965

Conference Session

FPD 5: Course Delivery Methods and Issues

Tagged Division

First-Year Programs

Page Count

18

Page Numbers

24.57.1 - 24.57.18

Permanent URL

https://peer.asee.org/19949

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45

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Jess W. Everett Rowan University

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Jess W. Everett has worked in four distinct areas: waste management operations research, contaminated site assessment and remediation, education innovation, and sustainable engineering. He has employed a wide variety of techniques, including computer modeling, laboratory experiments, field testing, and surveys. His current research focuses on energy conservation, alternative energy generation, engineering learning communities, and hybrid courses (courses with classroom and on-line aspects).

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Jenahvive K. Morgan Rowan University

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Joseph Francis Stanzione III Rowan University

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Prof. Stanzione currently teaches Polymer Processing and Freshman and Sophomore Engineering Clinics. His teaching interests include thermodynamics; separations; reaction engineering; polymer science and engineering; green/sustainable chemistry and engineering; and bio-based materials. His research interests include the utilization of lignin as an alternative renewable chemicals feedstock; lignin-based plastics; green chemistry and engineering for the development of next-generation lignocellulosic biorefineries; and bio-based polymers and composites. His work has been published in Green Chemistry; ChemSusChem; ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering; ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces; the Journal of Applied Polymer Science; and the Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids. He is currently collaborating with scientists at Drexel University, the University of Delaware, and the Army Research Labs. While at the University of Delaware, he completed the Higher Education Teaching Certification program, a program that is offered by the Center for Teaching & Assessment of Learning, and participated in the Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering’s Teaching Fellowship program.

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Kaitlin Engle Mallouk Rowan University

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Kaitlin Mallouk is an Instructor of Mechanical Engineering at Rowan University. Kaitlin has a BS in Chemical Engineering from Cornell University and an MS in Environmental Engineering in Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois. She is completing her PhD in Environmental Engineering with a focus on Air Quality Engineering at the University of Illinois.

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Abstract

A hybrid flipped course has been used for two years in a first year introductory engineeringcourse. In Fall 2013 12 sections of 20 – 25 students each used the course. The course isconsidered a “hybrid” because the textbook is delivered on-line (an ebook), as are a majority ofthe homework exercises. The course is considered “flipped” because students are quizzed (on-line) on the course ebook before material is covered in class. This allows instructors to focus onmore advanced and active learning during class time.The purpose of this paper is to describe the hybrid flipped course format in detail, focusing onthe ebook and on-line homework. The results of surveys and focus groups with students andinstructors will be used to explore the functionality of hybrid flipped courses.

Everett, J. W., & Morgan, J. K., & Stanzione, J. F., & Mallouk, K. E. (2014, June), A Hybrid Flipped First-Year Engineering Course Paper presented at 2014 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Indianapolis, Indiana. https://peer.asee.org/19949

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