P190: Flipping: Student buy-in
Research has shown that actively engaging students in the educational process increases learning outcomes and attitudes towards the subject. Flipping the class to have students watch videos, review PowerPoints demonstrating methods of working problems, complete tutorials and simulations at home while engaging with peers and the material during “lecture” has been shown to increase student learning and conceptual understanding. We present here our results after flipping our General Chemistry II summer course. We will discuss student ACS exam results, DEW rates, and student attitudes towards the method.