Flip Your Liberal Arts Math Class Without Flipping Out
Alicia Collins of Mesa Community College and Denise Nunley of Scottsdale Community College discuss the benefits and implementation of a flipped classroom and provide solutions that can work well for liberal arts math courses.
Alicia Collins, Mesa Community College
Denise Nunley, Scottsdale Community College
Liberal arts math courses are rich with real-world problems and applications to students’ own lives. The flipped classroom model is an ideal way to deliberately shift instruction to a learner-centered approach, where in-class time is dedicated to exploring these liberal arts problems and applications in greater depth and creating rich learning opportunities, rather than spending class time on terms and the basic understanding of the concepts. This webinar will walk through the benefits and implementation of a flipped classroom, and suggest solutions that can work well for liberal arts math courses.