dB-SERC lunch discussion 6-12-2017 Reflections on a course transformation in psychology
During the lunch, Dr. Timothy Nokes-Malach from the psychology department will discuss the transformation of a large-enrollment psychology course for which he received a dB-SERC course transformation award. The course transformation involves “flipping” classroom instruction and providing opportunities for students to engage in activities based on principles from cognitive science, including self-explanation, analogical comparison, and memory-retrieval practice.
The purpose of the discussion is to reflect on the effectiveness of the course transformation and discuss assessment of the project. Suggestions for future iterations are encouraged.
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