Collaboration, Leadership, and Student Success: Lessons from a flipped classroom in Calculus Open Access Deposited
Several semesters of introductory calculus courses Cincinnati Uptown Campus have implemented a flipped class model focused on student collaboration and leadership that appears successful in terms of student performance, professional skills, and attitudes.
Performance data from initial semesters suggest considerably improved student performance relative to non-flipped section. Survey and course evaluation data shows very positive student reception. Students come out of their shells, collaborate together, develop a positive relationship with mathematics, and actively take charge of their own learning.
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