Presentation Title

Designing a highly flexible General Chemistry II course.

Presenters

Drew BudnerFollow

Proposal Format

Presentation

Track Choices

Engaging Pedagogy

Abstract

In response to the shifting and uncertain modalities during the time of COVID it was important to design a general chemistry course that would be able to function within a range of modalities. The goal was designed within a flipped classroom which could function within the face to face, hyflex, synchronous and asynchronous learning environments. The course was designed with two topics per week. Each topic contained, preparative activities, a short video lecture, a potential group activity, and a set of post topic/summary activities. The course design, the flexibility available, and some student impressions will be covered in the presentation. In addition, potential improvements to this approach will be included.

Location

Zoom Room 3

Start Date

16-7-2021 1:25 PM

End Date

16-7-2021 1:45 PM

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Designing a highly flexible General Chemistry II course.

Zoom Room 3

In response to the shifting and uncertain modalities during the time of COVID it was important to design a general chemistry course that would be able to function within a range of modalities. The goal was designed within a flipped classroom which could function within the face to face, hyflex, synchronous and asynchronous learning environments. The course was designed with two topics per week. Each topic contained, preparative activities, a short video lecture, a potential group activity, and a set of post topic/summary activities. The course design, the flexibility available, and some student impressions will be covered in the presentation. In addition, potential improvements to this approach will be included.