Flipping a 300-Student Accounting Class: Challenges, Solutions, Iterations, and Implementations

Wednesday, February 11 | 11:15AM–12:00PM | California Pavilion Promenade, Second Floor
Session Type: Professional Development
How do you create a more interactive environment for a 300-student lecture class that meets in an auditorium? Flip it. This poster will provide an overview of a large course redesign of an Introduction to Managerial Accounting course from initial analysis through the current implementation over 18 months. It will identify instructional challenges and piloted solutions, discuss the developmental evaluation feedback used to create new solutions, and describe current implementation methods and impact of student attitudes and learning outcomes.

OUTCOMES: Identify multiple strategies for flipping a large auditorium course * Consider the impact of those strategies in different learning environments * Reflect on the value of evaluation throughout the course design process