The Effect of a Flipped Classroom Teaching Approach on Improving Students' Performance and Decreasing the Academic Equity Gaps in Gateway Courses

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5-1-2023 11:40 AM

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5-1-2023 12:30 PM

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Gateway General Chemistry courses help students learn the foundational skills and knowledge to succeed in upper-division chemistry courses that are required for all degrees in chemistry or biochemistry, several majors in biological sciences, and other non-science majors. Unfortunately, for many students, these courses can work as “roadblocks” that slow down a student’s progress, leading to poor success rates, pass rates, and retention rates. A redesign of the gateway Chemistry 201 course in favor of high-impact practices: a flipped classroom teaching/learning model was evaluated using logistic regression analysis of student grades for the two spring semesters 2021/22 and the qualitative summative content analysis in analyzing the data obtained from the student survey.

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The Effect of a Flipped Classroom Teaching Approach on Improving Students' Performance and Decreasing the Academic Equity Gaps in Gateway Courses

Gateway General Chemistry courses help students learn the foundational skills and knowledge to succeed in upper-division chemistry courses that are required for all degrees in chemistry or biochemistry, several majors in biological sciences, and other non-science majors. Unfortunately, for many students, these courses can work as “roadblocks” that slow down a student’s progress, leading to poor success rates, pass rates, and retention rates. A redesign of the gateway Chemistry 201 course in favor of high-impact practices: a flipped classroom teaching/learning model was evaluated using logistic regression analysis of student grades for the two spring semesters 2021/22 and the qualitative summative content analysis in analyzing the data obtained from the student survey.

NOTE: Video of this presentation begins at 25:40.