Flipping the Classroom with McGraw-Hill Connect - Dana'e Quirk-Dorr

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Dana'e Quirk-Dorr of University of Minnesota - Mankato shares how she used McGraw-Hill Connect to effectively flip her class and improve student success.

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Flipping the Classroom with McGraw-Hill Connect - Dana'e Quirk-Dorr

  1. 1. Presenter: Danaè Quirk-Dorr Danaè Quirk Dorr, an Associate Professor of Chemistry at Minnesota State University, Mankato, has been at the university since 2005. She completed her undergraduate work at the College of St. Scholastica (Biochemistry and Biology), her doctoral work at the University of Minnesota (Medicinal Chemistry), and her post-graduate work at the Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota. Dr. Quirk Dorr is currently serving as chair of the Education Committee of the Minnesota Section of the American Chemical Society and co-chair of the Extended Learning Sub-Meet and Confer Committee at Minnesota State University, Mankato. She is actively conducting research within the field of chemical education with special focus on student learning styles in various learning environments. Dr. Quirk Dorr is particularly interested in aspects of learning theory and how it can be influenced by technology. Learn about: • lecture capture • online interactive assignments and problem solving • online adaptive learning • the statistics behind Danaè’s success
  2. 2. Traditional Classroom Approach • In-class: predominantly “live” lecture o Instructor-centered o Concept introduction • Out-of-class: reading, problem-solving and critical thinking exercises
  3. 3. “Flipped Classroom” Approach • Out-of-class: lectures online • In-class: problem-solving and critical thinking exercises o Student-centered o Concept reinforcement
  4. 4. Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy http://ww2.odu.edu/educ/roverbau/Bloom/blooms_taxonomy.htm
  5. 5. Creating Learning Module Videos • Identify key learning objective – Map • “Capture” teaching - Inspire learning • Get feedback – Ex: Titles • Tegrity – Screen-capturing software with edit feature – Slide Example – Solving Problems
  6. 6. Motivating Out-of-Class Accountability • Communicate Learning Goals – Consistently • Demonstrate how learning tools should be used – Learning module videos • Assign responses to videos • Require assignments --- deadline timing – Connect Homework – LearnSmart • In-class assessments of learning objectives – Survey tools (ex: poll everywhere, “Clickers”) – Quizzes or exams
  7. 7. Utilization of In-Class Time • Reinforce and/or clarify identified Learning Objectives – LearnSmart Reports – Survey responses • Application-based Learning Activities – Individual – Teams
  8. 8. Click here to watch this recorded presentation. Thank you!

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