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Students’ Perception of Flipped Classroom Design in Engineering Courses

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Today many engineering instructors are struggling to include more course contents and exercises within the limited class time. To address student-centered learning, and enhance student learning and conceptual understanding, three engineering faculty flipped their classes so that students can study concepts online at their own pace and more active learning can be implemented in the class time. The online content module consists of audio/video lectures, lecture slides, and online quizzes. Students may begin module study as soon as the content is available. Online quizzes are used to check understanding of key study points in the lecture slides after their self-study within allocated time. Instructors will assist in student’s exercises or assignment problems in class time and clear their questions they have in their online self-study. It is believed that self- study will encourage more questions and this increased communication between students and instructors will promote student’s understanding and class involvement.


Lulu Sun    
Engineering Fundamentals
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
United States

Hongyun Chen    
Civil Engineering
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
United States

Shuo Pang    
Department of Electrical, Computer, Software, and Systems Engineering
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
United States


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