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Keywords

Flipped classrooms; Education, Higher -- Experimental methods; Instructional systems -- Design;

Abstract

Some higher education institutes and some individual teachers have flipped their classrooms using the methodology of "lecture out, homework in" thus, enabling students to review lectures before classroom time. Teachers in tum- use classroom time for discussion and homework help instead of lectures. This review discusses the relationship between flipping classrooms and students' engagement and achievement. Studies used in this review were published between 2009 and 2014. The scope of this review is to investigate the effects of flipped classroom models on students' engagement and achievement in higher education. Many studies reported successful implementation of the flipped classroom. Results indicate that using the flipped classroom format allows students to have more engagement in the classroom and overall achievement. Recommendations for more future studies to identify the relationship between the flipped classroom and students' engagement and achievement in higher education were made.

Year of Submission

2014

Degree Name

Master of Arts

Department

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

First Advisor

Leigh E. Zeitz

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Date Original

2014

Object Description

1 PDF file (iv, 31 pages)

Language

EN

File Format

application/pdf

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