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Our campus has a diverse and unique range of learners. Flipping the classroom offers a greater opportunity for student success. I have converted the Introductory Chemistry course, CHEM 108, into a Hybrid learning format. The driving force behind this pedagogy, is accessibility. Taking the traditional lecture out of the classroom and putting it into an interactive video format gives students more flexibility with their schedules and allows them to learn the content at their own pace. Additionally, by utilizing H5P interactive classroom features, students are able to get meaningful feedback during the video lecture to help gauge their understanding of the content they are learning. Finally, flipping the classroom experience and working through the more challenging concepts in the face-to-face setting reinforces the foundation put in place by the video lecture.
Las Vegas (Nev.)
UNLV Office of Faculty Affairs
Technology in the classroom
Guerra, Jennifer, "Technology in Hybrid Learning: Improving ScienceEducation at UNLV" (2020). UNLV Best Teaching Practices Expo. 97.