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Saturday, March 24 • 10:00am - 10:45am
The Evolution of a Large Enrollment Course

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There are two truths about evolution on which most can agree: everything that has successfully evolved has evolved for a reason and evolution takes a long time. Large enrollment courses are not any different. With enrollment growing to over 1,300 and with a large number of students barely getting through the class, something had to change in Accounting 211...something big. This presentation will take attendees on an eight-year journey through Accounting 211’s evolution. Topics include hybrid course design, classroom flipping, learning styles, meaning making for non-majors, virtual labs and review sessions, student tools, and weekly road maps.


Speakers
JM

Jane McCandless

Student Support Liaison, University Park
AM

April Millet

Instructional Designer, University Park
KP

Ken Pasch

Instructor, University Park


Saturday March 24, 2012 10:00am - 10:45am
Room 207

Attendees (14)