Cynthia Furse

 

 


 

Dr. Cynthia Furse is Associate Vice President for Research at the University of Utah and a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Dr. Furse teaches / has taught electromagnetics, wireless communication, computational electromagnetics, microwave engineering, freshman electrical engineering, and antenna design. She began flipping her classes in 2007, and has seen a substantial increase in student satisfaction and academic success as a result. She is now regularly engaged helping other faculty flip their classes, and has helped create an NSF-sponsored online faculty training program: Teach-Flip.utah.edu. Dr. Furse is also actively engaged in research in implantable antennas and fault location for live electrical systems, and is a founder of LiveWire Innovation, a small company commercializing electrical fault location systems.




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Oct 17th 2016

Teaching Flipped gives university faculty an introduction to the ins and outs of teaching with a flipped, hybrid, or online MOOC-type classroom. We will cover the basics of flipped/hybrid/MOOC classes, what is known and not known in the literature, and where these learning methods are heading, how to develop the online (video) content as well as the in class active learning activities, ways to think about and organize your course, and how to assess both the students and your teaching.

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