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I hate starting class with a quiz: So why am I still using them in my flipped hybrid?

Non-traditional students with conflicting ‘life’ (job(s), children, financial) demands are the norm particularly at an open admissions institution. Hybrid courses provide flexibility for student’s time demands, a flipped classroom ensures effective use of face-to-face course time and weekly quizzes encourage and measure learning. All are important to the course outcomes, particularly in the non-traditional student environment. I will share the three approaches intended to maximize the use of quizzes to support the course design and improve student learning. I will lead a discussion seeking ideas for improvements as well as identification of other potential issues/quiz alternatives that may emerge.

Cheryl Clark
Georgia Gwinnett College
United States


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