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A simple, concrete, and effective teaching method suitable for online courses

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2020 Fall ASEE Mid-Atlantic Section Meeting

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Virtual (hosted by Stevens Institute of Technology)

Publication Date

November 7, 2020

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November 7, 2020

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November 7, 2020

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13

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https://peer.asee.org/36040

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Jan Cannizzo Stevens Institute of Technology

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Jan Cannizzo, PhD is a Teaching Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Stevens Institute of Technology. His research interests include group theory and dynamical systems, as well as mathematics education.

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Abstract

We describe a flipped-classroom teaching method that is particularly simple to implement and that has the potential to reap great benefits for students and instructors alike. The method is due to David Pengelley, who developed it for in-person mathematics courses. We explain how it may be adapted to online and hybrid courses, and we do not assume that the subject of the course is mathematics.

Cannizzo, J. (2020, November), A simple, concrete, and effective teaching method suitable for online courses Paper presented at 2020 Fall ASEE Mid-Atlantic Section Meeting, Virtual (hosted by Stevens Institute of Technology). https://peer.asee.org/36040

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