Flipping an Undergraduate Web Design Course

ID: 49106 Type: Brief Paper: New Development
  1. Philip Parisi, Lyndon State College, United States

Thursday, June 30 11:55 AM-12:15 PM Location: Junior Ballroom B

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Abstract: Code is the proverbial four-letter word for a small New England college's visual arts cohort. Web coding is a particular challenge to majors in the BFA in Graphic Design program. There is a divergent opinion between the the Visual Arts department, the Visual Arts Advisory board and primary full-time tenured faculty teaching the majority of the web class. A pedagogic revision in the introductory level web design course result from two factors. The first has been stated. The second resulted from a monetary incentive from the college's administration to pilot flipped courses. The author was researching and enrolled in to instructional designed-based MOOCs exploring flipped instruction. This paper presents the revised DES 2015 Web Design I course's structure and how the flipped classroom model was piloted.


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