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The "Teaching Seminar" offers a forum for our faculty and faculty from visiting institutions to discuss issues related to teaching and learning of college mathematics. It provides a place for best practices to be shared, current issues to be discussed, and a place for faculty to gather input on innovative teaching experiments. Graduate students interested in an academic career are especially encouraged to attend. 

The seminar in Fall 2020 is held on Zoom on Fridays from 2:30-3:20PM. The Zoom ID will be sent by e-mail prior to the talk. For more information contact Prof. Cr. Bacuta.

 

 

Daniel James, Department of Mathematics, The University of KansasDaniel James, Department of Mathematics, The University of KansasZoom<br> Title: Learning From Successes and Failures in a Flipped Classroom <br> Abstract: Are you thinking about incorporating aspects of a flipped classroom into your course design? The flipped classroom model of instruction has been shown across disciplines to improve student performance and narrow achievement gaps, but can be detrimental to student learning when implemented by instructors who are unfamiliar or uncomfortable with the model. Join me as I walk through some of my experiences and adaptations in a flipped classroom. We'll take a look at what worked - and what didn't work - as well as discuss some best practices in a flipped classroom.10/9/2020 6:30:00 PM10/9/2020 7:30:00 PMFalse

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