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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Curricular Innovations and Continuous Improvement of Academic Programs (and Satisfying ABET along the Way): The Elizabeth Judson Memorial Symposium
Presentation Title Investigating the Effects of Different Instructional Methods on Student Performance and Satisfaction in Online Learning
Author(s) Michael Roberts, Charles D'Ambra, Aroba Saleem
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Michael Roberts
Abstract Scope The recent COVID-19 pandemic has forced many students to transition to online learning rather than traditional in-person learning. Students learn in many differing ways and recognizing a model where students are set up to succeed is crucial. In this research, two different instructional methods in an online setup, traditional and flipped, were compared, and evaluated. In the traditional class, there were approximately 150 students compared to approximately 100 in the flipped class. Preliminary results suggested the overall exam averages of the traditional and flipped setup were not significantly different. However, the exam distribution showed an enhanced learning outcome in the flipped setup. Further analysis was performed on the exams to identify the challenging topics and to come up with an improved way to deliver the course content. In addition, student satisfaction was quantified using the course evaluation data.
Proceedings Inclusion? Undecided

OTHER PAPERS PLANNED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM

ABET and Continuous Improvement: What's New, and Q&A
Assisting Curation of Open-Source Textbook with Natural Language Processing
Helping to Prepare Students for Communicating in the Professional World
Inclusive Pedagogy in Introductory Materials Science Courses
Introducing Students to the Importance of Materials in Sustainability
Investigating the Effects of Different Instructional Methods on Student Performance and Satisfaction in Online Learning
Machine Learning and Data Science in the MSE Undergraduate Program
Preparing Engineering Students to Work in and Design Solutions for Diverse Populations
Teaching Glass across Disciplines at Alfred University
Technical Communication: Graduate Student Training via Regular Reporting within I/UCRCs
The Material Science Core: A Need to Align Worldviews?

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