This research study explores the “flipped” or “inverted” classroom and its effects on student learning. The flipped classroom is a form of education in which students learn new content during out-of-class-time instead of the traditional review exercises that are normally given, which opens up class time for activities, problem solving, and other forms of instruction. During this study, a flipped classroom was implemented in a high school mathematics course. Data was collected from student grades, a pre and post survey, a class interview/discussion, and my personal notes from teaching. My results indicate that some potential benefits of the flipped classroom make it a form of education that teachers should not overlook.
Integrated Mathematics Education
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Physics and Astronomy
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Szparagowski, Raymond, "The Effectiveness of the Flipped Classroom" (2014). Honors Projects. 127.
Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Commons, Educational Methods Commons, Science and Mathematics Education Commons