The Flipped Classroom: How to Prepare and Teach a Flipped Classroom

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  • Date: May 30, 2017 - 15:00 - 16:00 (local time)
  • Presenter: Chris HarrisonChromedia
  • Categories: Electrophoresis / Detectors / Laboratory Informatics / Sample Preparation / Gas Chromatography / Ion Chromatography / Proteomics & Genomics / HPLC / Base Peak / Chemometrics & Informatics / Atomic / Infrared Spectroscopy / X-ray Spectrometry / Proteomics / UV/Vis Spectroscopy / NMR Knowledge Base / Raman
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The Flipped Classroom – How to Prepare and Teach a Flipped Classroom

Broadcast on May 30, 2017
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This webinar will present the concept and rationale for using a flipped classroom to teach analytical chemistry at university level. Along with presenting methods for how to create the flipped classroom, strategies on how to conduct the class time, and engage the students will be discussed.

What will I learn?

  • Various techniques for preparing a recorded lecture
  • Considerations for what needs to be included in a recorded lecture
  • How to prepare students to succeed in a flipped classroom
  • Strategies for fostering active learning in the physical class time

Who should attend?

  • New faculty/instructors
  • Experienced faculty/instructors
  • Graduate students and postdocs interested in teaching

   Your Presenter

Chris Harrison

Christopher Harrison

Associate Professor of Chemistry
San Diego State University
California, USA

Christopher Harrison: Biography

Christopher Harrison is an Associate Professor of Chemistry at San Diego State University. Along with his research program focusing on the application and understanding of capillary electrophoretic separations, Professor Harrison has been at the forefront of advancing the teaching of analytical chemistry. He has written several articles on his incorporation of digital technologies into his chemistry classrooms, and spoken at numerous conferences about his teaching philosophies and approaches. He is an active contributor to, and editor of, the Analytical Sciences Digital Library, and has shared his flipped analytical chemistry lectures through Chromedia.

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