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Flipped Classroom 
Summary: A Survey of the Research by Jacob Lowell 
Bishop and Dr. Matthew A Verleger 
http://www.studie...
Definition 
Two parts: 
●interactive group learning activities inside the 
classroom, and 
●direct computer-based individu...
Scope of research 
A search of the literature through June 2012 
revealed 24 studies. 
Some used readings instead of video...
Student Opinion 
Generally positive 
Some students watched even if not required. 
Students were better prepared than if th...
Student Opinion 
Students prefer: 
●live lecture to video lecture 
●interactive class time to live lecture 
●shorter rathe...
Methods of Flipping 
Teacher video 
Other video 
Narrated Powerpoint 
Readings
Limitations 
Small sample sizes 
Lack of control groups 
Short trials 
Mostly qualitative results, limited quantitative 
d...
Conclusions 
Some encouraging results, but not enough to 
fully recommend flipping as a common 
methodology.
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Flipped classroom research summary

  1. 1. Flipped Classroom Summary: A Survey of the Research by Jacob Lowell Bishop and Dr. Matthew A Verleger http://www.studiesuccesho.nl/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/flipped-classroom-artikel.pdf
  2. 2. Definition Two parts: ●interactive group learning activities inside the classroom, and ●direct computer-based individual instruction outside the classroom. (p.5)
  3. 3. Scope of research A search of the literature through June 2012 revealed 24 studies. Some used readings instead of video. 11 studies were rejected as they used too much lecture in class.
  4. 4. Student Opinion Generally positive Some students watched even if not required. Students were better prepared than if they had text.
  5. 5. Student Opinion Students prefer: ●live lecture to video lecture ●interactive class time to live lecture ●shorter rather than longer videos Students recognize the need for accountability.
  6. 6. Methods of Flipping Teacher video Other video Narrated Powerpoint Readings
  7. 7. Limitations Small sample sizes Lack of control groups Short trials Mostly qualitative results, limited quantitative data
  8. 8. Conclusions Some encouraging results, but not enough to fully recommend flipping as a common methodology.

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