Share Paper: The Effects of Integrating IRS with a Flipped Classroom on Students' Learning Achievement and Self-efficacy

  1. Wei Li, Wenzhou University, China
  2. Judy C. R. Tseng, Chung Hua University, Taiwan
  3. Li-Chen Cheng, Soochow University, Taiwan
Tuesday, June 25 11:15-11:45 AM Oost

Abstract: The flipped classroom is a student-centered learning model that allows students flexible time to learn before class as well as more time to apply knowledge, solve problems, and interact with teachers and peers in class. However, students’ engagement in class will affect their overall learning performance. It is important for teachers to provide interactive learning activities and get instant feedbacks from the students to keep them engaged in class. In this paper, a novel flipped learning model that employs Interactive Response Systems (IRS) in the classroom learning activities is investigated. IRS are systems that will get instant response from the ...