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Lessons Learned Flipping a Mobile Robotics Course

  title={Lessons Learned Flipping a Mobile Robotics Course},
  author={Carlotta A. Berry},
The goal of this paper is to describe the motivation, process and results of converting a traditional mobile robotics classroom into a flipped one. Mobile robotics has been taught at this university for 10 years and the course has proven to be very successful. The challenge with this success is that there is only one instructor, one section, once per year with an enrollment cap of 24 students. These constraints are due to faculty workload, classroom size as well as available robots. Although… 

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