Thursday, November 7, 2013

The Flipped Classroom Symposium

'A Busy Professors Guide to Sanely Flipping Your Classroom' by Dr. Cynthia Furse
November 21st
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Taylorsville Redwood Campus, Student Center, Oak Room


About Dr. Cynthia Furse, University of Utah Associate Vice President and Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering:

Dr. Cynthia Furse is the Associate Vice President for Research at the University of Utah and a Busy Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Dr. Furse teaches / has taught electromagnetics, wireless communication, computational electromagnetics, microwave engineering, and antenna design. She began flipping her classes in 2007, and has seen a substantial increase in student satisfaction and academic success as a result. She is now regularly engaged helping other faculty flip their classes, and is currently preparing a flipped Introduction to Electrical Engineering course.

A Busy Professors Guide to Sanely Flipping Your Classroom

Ever considered teaching without the lecture? Flipping your class moves the lecture OUT and the homework IN to class. It gives you time for real discussion, applications, problem solving, student interaction and active learning in your class. I’ll describe how to choose the right technology, content, methods and activities to make your flipped classroom a great success.