Flipping the Classroom Effectively: Evaluation Results from a Course at The University of Queensland

ID: 53270 Type: Full Paper: Research
  1. Pedro Isaias, Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation (ITaLI), The University of Queensland, Australia
  2. Blake McKimmie, School of Psychology, Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences, The University of Queensland, Australia
  3. Aneesha Bakharia and John Zornig, UQx, Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation (ITaLI), The University of Queensland, Australia

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Abstract: The flipped classroom is regarded as a valuable approach to engage students more deeply in the learning process and as a strategy to promote active learning within the classroom. As more educators resort to it to enhance teaching and learning, it is important to assess its effectiveness and determine its pedagogical value. This paper examines the results of the evaluation of a flipped psychology course. The evaluation process was comprised of interviews, surveys and the analysis of clickstream data. The evaluation included the students, tutors and the course creators and it highlighted the aspects that were successful and the improvements that can be made in future editions of the flipped course.

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