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Adventures with a Flipped Classroom and a Materials Science and Engineering MOOC : “Fools Go Where Angels Fear to Tread”

  • Bruce M. Clemens (a1), Chinmay Nivargi (a1), Antony Jan (a1), Yuxiang Lu (a1), Emily Schneider (a2) and Jane Manning (a3)...

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In the fall of 2012 the Stanford University materials science course Solar Cells, Fuel Cells and Batteries: Materials for the Energy Solution was offered as a flipped class and a massively open online course (MOOC). To the best of our knowledge, this was the first materials science MOOC. Here we describe how the course was implemented, and present results on performance, demographics and other observations that were made. Finally, we provide some perspectives for the future of the implementation of these engineering MOOCs.

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[1] Lage, M. J., Platt, G.J., and Treglia, M., “Inverting the classroom: A gateway to creating an inclusive learning environment.” The Journal of Economic Education 31.1 (2000), 3043.
[2] Jordan, K.MOOC Completion Rates: The Data.” Retrieved March 10(2013).

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Adventures with a Flipped Classroom and a Materials Science and Engineering MOOC : “Fools Go Where Angels Fear to Tread”

  • Bruce M. Clemens (a1), Chinmay Nivargi (a1), Antony Jan (a1), Yuxiang Lu (a1), Emily Schneider (a2) and Jane Manning (a3)...

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