Event Title

Poster Session

Presenter Information

Poster Session

Location

UC Panorama Ballroom

Event Type

Presentation

Start Date

15-6-2017 5:30 PM

End Date

15-6-2017 6:30 PM

Description

Flipped Classroom Ideas, Experiences and Modified Flipped Tips and Tricks - Janel Greiman, University of Northern Colorado

This poster presentation will show how more effective learning can be accomplished through flipped techniques in the ever-changing educational environment. This is a relevant need, as students need ever increasing knowledge to start their careers. Recruiters and manager who are hiring for entry-level positions have expectations of technical knowledge, critical thinking skills and recent graduates are expected to apply the concepts learned in higher education at a proficient level. This is very difficult to accomplish in a traditional classroom setting. Educators are tasked with preparing students to meet these increasing demands with the same amount of classroom time. We can use this limited time to aide students in the development of these skills more efficiently and effectively.

Assessment of Student Attitudes and Performance in the Genetics Flipped Classroom - Judy Leatherman & Lacy Cleveland, University of Northern Colorado

Our research examines which students might prefer and benefit from the flipped classroom approach.

Virtual Storm Chase: Promoting Science with In-Class Interactive Experiences - David Lerach, University of Northern Colorado

Creating Active Learning Opportunities In the Classroom

Flipping Gender: Some Activities, Videos, and Assessments - Mel Moore, University of Northern Colorado

In this paper, I reflect upon my experiences flipping several sections of a sociology of gender course. I describe the in-class activities used, along with their strengths and weaknesses when implemented. I critique the out-of-class videos I created for the course, and discuss the utility of the assessments employed.

The Flipped Classroom and First Generation Higher Education Students - Amanda Rutter, University of Northern Colorado

This poster will summarize how a flipped classrooms design can be a successful strategy for first generation students for it can strength teacher-student relationships, lead to more in-depth learning, build and foster student confidence, and increase student retention within higher education.

Perceptions of Flipped Learning - Lacy Cleveland & Nissa Yestness, University of Northern Colorado

Student and faculty perceptions of flipped learning, validating a survey.

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Jun 15th, 5:30 PM Jun 15th, 6:30 PM

Poster Session

UC Panorama Ballroom

Flipped Classroom Ideas, Experiences and Modified Flipped Tips and Tricks - Janel Greiman, University of Northern Colorado

This poster presentation will show how more effective learning can be accomplished through flipped techniques in the ever-changing educational environment. This is a relevant need, as students need ever increasing knowledge to start their careers. Recruiters and manager who are hiring for entry-level positions have expectations of technical knowledge, critical thinking skills and recent graduates are expected to apply the concepts learned in higher education at a proficient level. This is very difficult to accomplish in a traditional classroom setting. Educators are tasked with preparing students to meet these increasing demands with the same amount of classroom time. We can use this limited time to aide students in the development of these skills more efficiently and effectively.

Assessment of Student Attitudes and Performance in the Genetics Flipped Classroom - Judy Leatherman & Lacy Cleveland, University of Northern Colorado

Our research examines which students might prefer and benefit from the flipped classroom approach.

Virtual Storm Chase: Promoting Science with In-Class Interactive Experiences - David Lerach, University of Northern Colorado

Creating Active Learning Opportunities In the Classroom

Flipping Gender: Some Activities, Videos, and Assessments - Mel Moore, University of Northern Colorado

In this paper, I reflect upon my experiences flipping several sections of a sociology of gender course. I describe the in-class activities used, along with their strengths and weaknesses when implemented. I critique the out-of-class videos I created for the course, and discuss the utility of the assessments employed.

The Flipped Classroom and First Generation Higher Education Students - Amanda Rutter, University of Northern Colorado

This poster will summarize how a flipped classrooms design can be a successful strategy for first generation students for it can strength teacher-student relationships, lead to more in-depth learning, build and foster student confidence, and increase student retention within higher education.

Perceptions of Flipped Learning - Lacy Cleveland & Nissa Yestness, University of Northern Colorado

Student and faculty perceptions of flipped learning, validating a survey.