dB-SERC lunch 11-30-2017: Discussion about "flipping" a mathematics course
Discussion leader: Dr. Russell Schwab, Michigan State University
When: Thursday, November 30 from 12 - 1 pm
Where: 102 Benedum Hall (note that it is not in our usual room)
Abstract: A discussion on flipping a classroom in a mathematics curriculum-- it's a no-brainer, just do it. We will chat about the trials and tribulations-- and successes-- of my recent reorganization of key mathematics course to become a flipped classroom environment. Please bring lots of questions and curiosity!
Bio: Russell Schwab is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Michigan State University. He obtained his Ph.D. from UT Austin and worked as a postdoc at Carnegie Mellon University before joining MSU. His research is in the area of partial differential and integro-differential equations, and he has done a ground-up reorganization of the introduction to proofs class at MSU in the past 3 years.
Type of sandwich (we are ordering sandwiches from Panera Bread)
do not order me a sandwich
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