Engaging Students Through Technology 2013: Flipping Physics by Paul Heiney

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Fall 2013

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Paul Heiney, Professor of Physics, will reflect on flipping his Physics 101 class. He shared simple self-recorded videos (many using voice-over PowerPoint) through Canvas and organized small-group activities during class time to help students understand and apply scientific concepts. He will discuss the nuts-and-bolts as well as the philosophical aspects of his experiences. The 2013 symposium explored ways through which courseware and online learning technologies can help us improve face-to-face time in the classroom. Guiding questions included: How can technology change what happens in the classroom? How can we best use our face-to-face time with students? How can we support all learners during face-to-face time? How can we ensure that students do what is needed out of class to be fully prepared during class?

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