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Program-Level Curriculum Reform at Scale: Using Studios to Flip the Classroom
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Chemical Engineering Education (CEE) Volume 49, Number 1, ISSN 0009-2479

Abstract

This article reports implementation of a program-level innovation in 10 core undergraduate courses in which larger lecture courses are punctuated by smaller studios. Studios provide an intimate, "flipped" classroom environment where students interactively engage in the content presented in the previous lecture through guided worksheets facilitated by social interactions. Student response to the studios is generally positive, and we believe there is also a substantial benefit for the graduate students who help with delivery.

Citation

Koretsky, M.D. (2015). Program-Level Curriculum Reform at Scale: Using Studios to Flip the Classroom. Chemical Engineering Education (CEE), 49(1), 47-57. Retrieved November 29, 2022 from .

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