We had a fantastic group of instructors from many different disciplines hear about and contribute to the discussion about flipped learning on January 16, 2019. The presentation:….
Active Learning > Passive Learning, and I was able to do 300% more of the former with a flipped pedagogy.
I taught Units 2, 3, and 4 in parallel: both College Algebra, same curriculum, same college, one traditional, one flipped:
Flipped: average = 125.7 (n = 10)
Traditional: average = 113.36 (n = 11)
Flipped: average = 114.75 (n = 8)
Traditional: average = 117.4 (n = 10)
Flipped: average = 109.43 (n = 7)
Traditional: average = 74.1 (n = 10)
Department Final Exam
Flipped: average = 107.11 (n = 9)
Traditional: average = 104.64 (n = 11).
See the link for a far more comprehensive study.
Here is a presentation I’m doing today at College of the Mainland on flipped learning with Beth Hammett and Carlene Pannell.
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