Maximizing Quality Class Time Using Computers for a Flipped Classroom Approach
This study presents a two-course sequence of graduate instructional design courses that were developed and implemented using a flipped classroom model for both online and face-to-face contexts. This model is an instructional strategy that reverses what is traditionally done at home and what is done at school, such as watching video lectures at home and working authentic problems in class. The presentation will 1) demonstrate how the two courses were designed and developed, 2) share findings from student responses on surveys regarding perceptions and satisfaction with the new model, and 3) discuss the successes and challenges of implementing these courses.
Fulford, C. P., & Paek, S. (2017). Maximizing Quality Class Time Using Computers for a Flipped Classroom Approach. Presented at Mipro: Computers in Education, Opatija, Croatia.