Join us for a research talk and an interactive mini-workshop by doctoral students taking part in the advanced Certificate in University Teaching (CUT) program, and find out more about the educational research interests of your fellow graduate students across campus. This will be a 1.5 hour-long session that will count toward your Fundamentals workshop credit.
Active Learning and Flipped Classrooms in Introductory Mathematics (research talk; 30 min.)
Zack Cramer, PhD Candidate, Department of Pure Mathematics
In today’s technology-driven society, educators have expressed concern that the teaching methods of the past may no longer engage the current generation of students. This has directed considerable attention to active learning methods and the flipped classroom model. Are these approaches to learning really more effective than the traditional lecture? We will attempt to answer this question by analyzing the benefits and drawbacks that these models present.
How to Implement Flipped Classroom Method in Engineering (interactive workshop; 45 min.)
Syed Taha Taqvi, PhD Candidate, Department of Chemical Engineering
This workshop aims to introduce the flipped classroom approach and its application in the field of engineering. Additionally, it focuses on identifying ways this method may be implemented effectively. By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Examine the flipped classroom teaching method in engineering using research evidence
- Identify ‘flippable’ opportunities within different courses in engineering
Design a lesson plan for a flipped-course in engineering, outlining in-class and out-of-class tasks
- Registration is required. Difficulty registering? Read our registration help guide.
- Participants will receive an attendance credit towards the Fundamentals program if they arrive on time and stay until the end of the event.
- A maximum of one special topic workshops can be counted toward your Fundamentals certificate.
Many of our workshops have waiting lists, so if you've registered but can't attend, please notify us 24 hours in advance (at firstname.lastname@example.org ) so that we can give your spot to someone else.
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