Title

A New Paradigm of College Teaching : Flipping Post-Secondary Courses in Teacher Education

Conference Tracks

Learning Theories and Pedagogy – Research

Abstract

The purpose of the study is to compare the learning experiences with flipped learning (FL) among preservice teachers at the undergraduate and graduate levels. We found that preservice teachers at the undergraduate level received more benefits than those at the graduate level in terms of effective learning, sense of learning community, self-efficacy and course satisfaction. Therefore, the adoption of FL approaches in the undergraduate teacher education program may lead to innovation in traditional teaching and learning practices.

Session Format

Presentation

Location

Room 3

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Presentation (Open Access)

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A New Paradigm of College Teaching : Flipping Post-Secondary Courses in Teacher Education

Room 3

The purpose of the study is to compare the learning experiences with flipped learning (FL) among preservice teachers at the undergraduate and graduate levels. We found that preservice teachers at the undergraduate level received more benefits than those at the graduate level in terms of effective learning, sense of learning community, self-efficacy and course satisfaction. Therefore, the adoption of FL approaches in the undergraduate teacher education program may lead to innovation in traditional teaching and learning practices.