Submitting Campus

Daytona Beach

Department

Engineering Fundamentals

Document Type

Article

Publication/Presentation Date

6-25-2023

Abstract/Description

The authors report on a pedagogical feedback strategy employed in a first-year engineering graphics course, which implemented a flipped classroom model for self-regulated learning. Class time was reserved for activities and content clarifications. To encourage self-regulated learning and just-in-time teaching modifications, students completed a weekly mixed methods survey in the fall semester of 2022. Over each semester, 12 weeks of student data were collected. To further understand students’ concerns and capture potentially different voices, an anonymous midterm survey was administered by the Center of Teaching and Learning Excellence (CTLE) in the middle of the fall semester of 2022. A comparison of weekly reflection surveys to the midterm survey offered the instructor an opportunity to further understand the effectiveness of weekly reflection surveys and identify how to use weekly reflection surveys more efficiently.

Publisher

American Society for Engineering Education

Location

Baltimore, MD

Paper Number

38554

Number of Pages

16

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