Share Paper: Doing a Somersault: One English Language Arts Classroom Transforms by Flipping

  1. Shelly Shaffer, Eastern Washington University, United States
Tuesday, June 28 1:30 PM-2:00 PM Pavilion Ballroom D

Abstract: This study investigates four students in a high school in the Southwest experiencing flipped instruction for the first time. The researcher uses a constructivist framework (Dewey, 1938; Hyslop-Margison, 2004; Liu & Chen, 2010; Vanderstraeten, 2002) to examine a unit that used flipping. This study uses a qualitative, multiple case study method, as suggested by Merriam (2009) and Yin (2014). The researcher collects data from multiple sources in order to triangulate (Merriam, 2009; Yin, 2014) results: two one-on-one interviews with each participant, field notes during the entire unit, and classroom documents collected from the internet and class. The categories found during ...