Online Video and the 'Inverted Classroom'
Research and Outcomes
- When: Friday, November 5, 2010 : 12:00pm to 1:30pm
- Location: University Park Campus, Hedco Neurosciences Building (HNB), 100
- Audience: Faculty, Staff & Students
- Contact: Edward R. ONeill
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Web Site: http://cst.usc.edu/events/rsvp.html
Can students experience the lecture off-site, on their own time--then spend valuable classroom time mastering expert-level knowledge? Come learn about research findings here at USC. This session was recorded. Please click here to view the video archive.
Online video presentations can move the 'lecture' portion outside the classroom. The result is more time for discussion, feedback and practice–possibly even higher-level learning. This is an 'Inverted Classroom.'
But does this lead to better outcomes?
Senior Lecturer Mark Redekopp and Postdoctoral Associate Jerry Sun will address this and other questions. They will report on Redekopp’s Teaching With Technology 2010 grant project to transform EE 357 by moving much of the content outside the classroom and focusing on just-in-time techniques and tools to adapt to student needs.