Proposal Title

Statistical Analysis of Various Levels of Flipped Classrooms.

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This poster will summarize the results of three years of classrooms. Comparing a traditional lecture classroom with a fully flipped classroom and a partially flipped classroom. It dives into the statistical analysis deeper than a typical SoTl talk. Comparing the differentiated impact on women, years in school, and incoming SAT scores.

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Research Proposal / Assessment of Student Learning

Proposal Abstract

This poster will summarize the results of three years of classrooms. Comparing a traditional lecture classroom with a fully flipped classroom and a partially flipped classroom. It dives into the statistical analysis deeper than a typical SoTl talk. Comparing the differentiated impact on women, years in school, and incoming SAT scores.

Proposal Description

This poster will summarize the results of three years of classrooms. It assesses and compares a traditional lecture classroom with a fully flipped classroom and a partially flipped classroom. It dives into the statistical analysis deeper than a typical SoTl talk. Comparing the differentiated impact on women, years in school, and incoming SAT scores. It compares learning outcomes, motivation, perceived class quality in all classes. All results are based on isomorphic exam questions, with the same instructor for all classrooms. It is controlled for incoming SAT score and several linear regression models are presented for each data set.

The material will be presented in poster format with a variety of tables and graphs showing each model. An easy to understand break down of the results will be included for those without a technical statistical background.

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Mar 29th, 4:00 PM Mar 29th, 5:00 PM

Statistical Analysis of Various Levels of Flipped Classrooms.

This poster will summarize the results of three years of classrooms. Comparing a traditional lecture classroom with a fully flipped classroom and a partially flipped classroom. It dives into the statistical analysis deeper than a typical SoTl talk. Comparing the differentiated impact on women, years in school, and incoming SAT scores.