Tue. June 17, 2014 2:15 PM to 3:45 PM
Room 203, Indiana Convention Center
Papers in this session focus on issues and methods of delivering first-year engineering courses.
Dr. Harwood A. Hegna P.E.
You May be Able to Teach Early Classes, but Students May Not be Awake Yet!
Dr. Farshid Marbouti (Purdue University, West Lafayette), Prof. Heidi A. Diefes-Dux (Purdue University, West Lafayette), and Dr. Johannes Strobel (Texas A&M)
A Hybrid Flipped First-Year Engineering Course
Dr. Jess W. Everett (Rowan University), Dr. Jenahvive K. Morgan (Rowan University), Prof. Joseph Francis Stanzione III (Rowan University), and Ms. Kaitlin Engle Mallouk (Rowan University)
Effect of Flipping the Classroom on Student Performance in First-Year Engineering Courses
Dr. Kathleen A. Ossman (University of Cincinnati) and Dr. Gregory Warren Bucks (University of Cincinnati)
Student Perceptions of Inverted Classroom Benefits in a First-Year Engineering Course
Dr. Krista M. Kecskemety (Ohio State University) and Brooke Morin (The Ohio State University)