Rosemary Astheimer’s students watch her pre-recorded video lectures before coming to class, allowing for class meetings to be used for active, hands-on learning and problem-solving. Astheimer, assistant professor of practice in Purdue Polytechnic’s computer graphics technology department, says the “flipped classroom” method better accommodates different learning styles. Videos are available on demand, so students can watch and rewatch them as needed until they fully comprehend the material. Astheimer discusses what it takes to flip a classroom and why it’s advantageous for both students and professors.
Episode 010 Hotlinks:
- Video: Rosemary Astheimer, Flipping the Classroom (YouTube)
- Newsroom: Wondering how to teach remotely? This Purdue Polytechnic professor has been doing it for six years
- Department of Computer Graphics Technology
- Purdue Polytechnic locations around the state
- Purdue IMPACT (Instruction Matters: Purdue Academic Course Transformation)
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