Proposal Title

Different Levels of Flipped: Tailoring your flipping to your students.

Track

Research Proposal / Assessment of Student Learning

Proposal Abstract

Flipped classrooms offer many unique opportunities. I will share my experience flipping my large classes (300+), describing technological solutions for pre-work accountability and in class participation, as well as suggestions for those just starting out. Quantitative and qualitative results of both fully flipped and partially flipped classroom implementations will be discussed. This will include quantitative discussions on learning outcomes, motivation, perceived class quality and a qualitative analysis of students opinions. All studies were done with direct comparison to control classrooms, taught by the same instructor, with isomorphic exams. Results were compared in authentic long term settings.

Proposal Description

While active learning has been ubiquitously shown in all settings to improve learning outcomes, fully flipped classrooms suffer from far greater variability in terms of implementation methods, authentic research settings and individual student adaptation issues. Here I will present ways to implement a variety of “levels” of active learning, including partially and fully flipped classrooms. I will present how I did this and the research results that were obtained.

Results of the research includes quantitative discussions on learning outcomes, motivation, perceived class quality and a qualitative analysis of students opinions. This is compared to a control classroom taught in a traditional format by the same instructor.

The presentation, will be highly interactive. I will use the technologies that I use in my own classroom to allow a gamified, interactive, engagement with the material that I am presenting. Several different technologies will be used to demonstrate how the technology can be used in and out of the classroom.

Session Format

Presentation Session

Location

Room 4

Publication Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)

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Mar 31st, 10:00 AM Mar 31st, 10:45 AM

Different Levels of Flipped: Tailoring your flipping to your students.

Room 4

Flipped classrooms offer many unique opportunities. I will share my experience flipping my large classes (300+), describing technological solutions for pre-work accountability and in class participation, as well as suggestions for those just starting out. Quantitative and qualitative results of both fully flipped and partially flipped classroom implementations will be discussed. This will include quantitative discussions on learning outcomes, motivation, perceived class quality and a qualitative analysis of students opinions. All studies were done with direct comparison to control classrooms, taught by the same instructor, with isomorphic exams. Results were compared in authentic long term settings.