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1 E-learning, peer instruction and the flipped calculus classroom Lars Filipsson KTH-SOTL

2 Background Calculus for engineering students at KTH Large and heterogeneous student groups Serious pre-calculus difficulties Problems with put-through and retention

3 The pedagogical idea Flipped classroom strategy involving Preparation for class using videos Peer instruction instead of lecturing Student active seminars and tutorials

4 Pedagogical research supporting the idea Formative assessment Feed-back to students and teacher Student activity, time on task Embedded study skills Students monitor their own learning Offers several ways to learn the material And others

5 Great improvement? Indications of better student performance, but nothing sensational Anecdotical evidence from 2 nd and 3 rd year, difference in student culture Inherent problems in our education are made visible The problems we are facing are structural, and demand structural solutions

6 Links lectures-arent-just-boring-theyre-ineffective- too-study-finds influences-effect-sizes-learning- achievement/ learning.com/#/courses/949/course_editor

7 Peer instruction questions

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