The inverted classroom and the CS curriculum

@inproceedings{Lockwood2013TheIC,
  title={The inverted classroom and the CS curriculum},
  author={Kate Lockwood and Rachel Esselstein},
  booktitle={SIGCSE},
  year={2013}
}
The inverted classroom is a pedagogical technique in which passive knowledge acquisitions activities (e.g. lecture, readings) are assigned as homework and hands-on knowledge assimilation tasks (e.g. problem solving, lab, creative work) replace traditional lecture during classroom contact hours. Recent initiatives like the Kahn Academy [1] have raised the visibility of the inverted classroom and it is being adopted in disciplines across the curriculum from Economics [2] to Biology [3]. In this… CONTINUE READING
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