Virtual School Meanderings

March 7, 2017

SITE 2017 – Flipped Instruction in a Blended Learning Environment

The twentieth – and final for today – session that I am blogging here at SITE 2017 related to K-12 Online and Blended Learning is:

Flipped Instruction in a Blended Learning Environment

  1. Karen Lackey, University of North Texas, United States

Tuesday, March 7 5:30 PM-7:00 PM in Capitol Ballroom D & E View on map

for 5:30 PM-7:00 PM in Capitol Ballroom D & E.

Flipping is a pedagogical approach in which direct instruction is moved from the classroom lecture format into a multimedia presentation to be viewed by the student at another time. As a result, the classroom time becomes an interactive learning environment for the teacher and students. There are two models of flipping: 1) The Flipped Model which is synchronous; and 2) The Flipped-Mastery Model which is asynchronous. Two flipping implementation studies were reviewed. One was a high school-wide program in Michigan. The second was a K-12 state-wide program in Idaho. Both studies found increased end-of-year standardized tests scores. Also, the percentage of students passing classes increased. The most improvement was demonstrated with at-risk students. Overall discipline referral decreased. Flipping is a pedagogical approach that may be beneficial for at-risk students with a flipped trained teacher with appropriate resources and the support of school administration.

ID
50178
Type
Poster/Demo
Topics
Distance/Flexible Education K-12 Online Learning Teaching and Learning with Emerging Technologies

This is a poster session, so here are the images that I took of the poster.

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