A Consumer Sciences Undergraduate Program That Used Rubrics and a Flipped Classroom
By Caroline S. Fulmer, Assistant Professor, Consumer Sciences, University of Alabama
Watch Dr. Fulmer's 4-minute video in which she describes their learning improvement project.
This learning improvement project was aimed at the course level. The students involved were all Consumer Science majors with a concentration in Consumer Affairs. All students had completed a core of five or more Consumer Science courses. Two faculty members collaborated to design the course material that is used both online and in the classroom.
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Fulmer, C. S. (2019, January). A Consumer sciences undergraduate program that used rubrics and a flipped classroom. Retrieved from