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Keywords

Flipped classrooms; Teachers--In-service training;

Abstract

This action research study was designed to implement flipped classroom professional development for high school teachers, and investigate whether the flipped professional development could be transferred from the teacher learning into student learning. Over three months the teachers' flipped professional development covered the flipped classroom model, differentiated group work, and the technologies needed to flip a lesson. Each of the seven participants created and delivered three flipped lessons in their classrooms. The major findings suggest that the flipped learning skills were transferred from professional development to practice (with the aid of instructional coaching.) Recommendations for further professional development on classroom expectations and more technology tools are presented. In conclusion, the flipped model skills can be transferred into the classroom setting.

Year of Submission

2016

Degree Name

Master of Arts

Department

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

First Advisor

Ping Gao

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Date Original

2016

Object Description

1 PDF file (49 pages)

Language

EN

File Format

application/pdf

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