The flipped classroom: the human and technology factors

ID: 48588 Type: Best Practices Session
  1. Ying-Hsiu Liu, University of Missouri - Columbia, United States
  2. Hui-wen Tu, Berkeley College, United States

Tuesday, June 28 11:35-11:55 AM Location: Pavilion Ballroom B

Presider: Mike Mimirinis, Anglia Ruskin university, United Kingdom

Abstract: Some most often heard complaints from faculty about engaging students in active learning are the insufficient time to cover all the targeted content and allows students to engage in activities that will enable students to move beyond knowledge comprehension. The flipped classroom seems a promising model to solve the issue. This study reports the implementation of a flipped classroom: from the design of before class, in class, to the after class activities and how time can be effectively allocated to facilitate students’ learning. Challenges, best practices for flipped classroom and involved learning technologies will also be discussed.


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