Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Science--Study and teaching (Secondary); Mathematics--Study and teaching (Secondary); Flipped classrooms; Educational innovation;
Teachers struggle to thoroughly educate students in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) related fields. This literature review examines the current research on STEM education, learning theories, and the effects of an inverted classroom on student learning in STEM classes in order to determine the possible benefits of implementation at pre-collegiate levels. Lacking research at the high school level, this paper focuses on articles describing inverted, college level STEM classes. This study indicates that further research is needed at both the high school and college level to prove that inverted classes result in improved learning and student retention; it also provides recommendations for implementation of Project Lead the Way led research.
Date of Award
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Leigh E. Zeitz
1 PDF file (ii, 49 pages)
©2012 Jennie Kies
Kies, Jennie, "The inverted classroom : a literature review" (2012). Graduate Research Papers. 190.