Teacher perceptions of the flipped classroom: Using video lectures online to replace traditional in-class lectures
Kelly E. Snowden, University of North Texas, United States
University of North Texas . Awarded
Advancements in media technologies have resulted in increased student usage causing teachers to struggle to be able to engage and hold student’s interest in a typical classroom. As students’ needs change, the field of education changes. One strategy that is gaining in popularity among teachers is the implementation of the “flipped classroom” also known as the “inverted classroom” or “reverse instruction” - a method incorporates technology to “flip” or “reverse” what is typically done in class with what is typically done as homework. Through teacher interviews of eight core teachers, this study attempts to discover teacher perceptions of the use of this method. Results of the study reveal that perceptions of the method are more positive among teachers who typically use lecture as a primary mode of information dissemination.
Snowden, K.E. Teacher perceptions of the flipped classroom: Using video lectures online to replace traditional in-class lectures. Master's thesis, University of North Texas.
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Computers & Education Vol. 139, No. 1 (October 2019) pp. 118–128
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