USG Teaching and Learning Conference: Best Practices for Promoting Engaged Student Learning
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Wednesday, April 8 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
P32-Flipping the Classroom: Where does that fit in Online and Community Engagement Pedagogies? Lessons from Sociology and Health Science

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Florence Wakoko-Studstill, Paula Walker King

While flipping the classroom may not be new in the humanities, it's usage in social studies and hard sciences including applied biological fields is more recent. Existing literature focuses on flipped pedagogy within lecture halls. In support of Columbus State University's Quality Enhancement Plan, Writing the Solution, the presenters re-designed two online courses to integrate student-centered writing and community engagement as learning tools. They share the process, success and challenges encountered in Clinical Sociology: SOCI 4135 "Critical thinking in Service Learning, and in Health Science Applied Nutrition: HESC 2125 "research, reflective writing and community engagement" to creatively enhance student learning outcomes.

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Paula Walker King

Associate Professor, Columbus State University
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Florence Wakoko-Studstill

Associate Professor, Columbus State University
Who am I? This is what one student says about me at one of the interviews Author: Megan Higgins, Honors Student, CSU (Sept. 6, 2015) Dr. Florence Wakoko is currently a researcher employed by Columbus State University. Until this semester, she was a sociology professor... Read More →

Wednesday April 8, 2015 5:00pm - 6:00pm EDT
Hill Atrium/Pecan Tree Galleria
  Poster Session, Distance Learning-Blended Learning
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