Proposal Title

Flipped Classroom: Disaster or Coup de Grace

Proposal Abstract

This presentation describes the research process and student outcomes relative to the incorporation of flipping technique versus the usage of traditional teaching methods. For presentation purposes, flipping techniques will be defined as application based learning following initial student lead instruction. The development and implementation of flipping techniques will be discussed along with empirical findings of student outcomes based on research results. Research implications across disciplines will be addressed with a special emphasis on further research opportunities. The mission of this presentation is to present empirical findings, to generate further discussion about refining applied flipped techniques, and to promote the advancement of study in this area. Through demonstration and participation techniques, participants will be given an overview of how a flipped format can be used in their courses, as well as a specific technique that would allow for immediate implementation in a course assignment.

Location

Room 218

Publication Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)

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Mar 27th, 2:00 PM Mar 27th, 2:45 PM

Flipped Classroom: Disaster or Coup de Grace

Room 218

This presentation describes the research process and student outcomes relative to the incorporation of flipping technique versus the usage of traditional teaching methods. For presentation purposes, flipping techniques will be defined as application based learning following initial student lead instruction. The development and implementation of flipping techniques will be discussed along with empirical findings of student outcomes based on research results. Research implications across disciplines will be addressed with a special emphasis on further research opportunities. The mission of this presentation is to present empirical findings, to generate further discussion about refining applied flipped techniques, and to promote the advancement of study in this area. Through demonstration and participation techniques, participants will be given an overview of how a flipped format can be used in their courses, as well as a specific technique that would allow for immediate implementation in a course assignment.