Building Collaboration in the Flipped Classroom: A Case Study
The flipped classroom pedagogy offers opportunities for students by having the majority of class time spent on discussions and group work that enable students to take risks and make mistakes while gaining experience in collaboration and expertise in content. This research study explores students’ perceptions of whether student collaboration in a flipped classroom affects learning outcomes, such as critical thinking, time management, and productivity. The mix methods research study involved an interior design history course and a food nutrition course that were adapted in the fall of 2016 to be flipped classroom pilots. Both courses divided the semester into two instructions – flipped classroom and the prevailing traditional lecture format. An online 22 question survey was completed at the beginning and end of the semester that provided quantitative and qualitative data on student perceptions.
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"Building Collaboration in the Flipped Classroom: A Case Study,"
International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning:
2, Article 7.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.20429/ijsotl.2018.120207