Echo 360 Preparatory Videos as Aids to ‘Flipping the Classroom’
Chemistry faculty members at Georgia Gwinnett College have used preparatory videos created with Echo360 in order to facilitate use of their version of the ‘Flipped Classroom’ method of teaching undergraduate organic chemistry. These preparatory videos are viewable by GGC students whether they have a mac, a pc, a smartphone or a tablet, and have proved to be extremely popular with students, being accessible anytime and from anywhere. Use of these videos as preparatory aids for pre-class assignments has enabled a much higher level of student engagement in organic chemistry classes that use the flipped classroom method.
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