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The Design of a Practical Flipped Classroom Model for Teaching Parallel Programming to Undergraduates
The Journal of Computational Science Education
This paper presents a newly developed course for teaching parallel programming to undergraduates. This course uses a flipped classroom model and a "hands-on" approach to learning with multiple real-world examples from a wide range of science and engineering problems. The intention of this course is to prepare students from a variety of STEM backgrounds to be able to take on supportive roles in research labs while they are still undergraduates. To this end, students are taught common programmingdoi:10.22369/issn.2153-4136/12/2/10 fatcat:y53jjukb7jdcdkmzwoceausxwy