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Flipped Classrooms with Diverse Learners

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This book addresses the background of classroom flipping, explores the theoretical underpinnings for why flipping works, and shares current success stories in practice. It provides diverse international examples of classroom flipping for all ages, includes discussions of the authors' studies in the context of the existing research, and illustrates the impact that classroom flipping has had across a range of educational settings instead of focusing on a specific domain or learner context. Intended as a handbook for practitioners, the analysis of commonly used, highly effective techniques for learners of various ages fills a major gap in the literature. It offers a valuable resource for educators, helping them make the flipped learning experience an impactful and meaningful one.


Dr. Zachary Walker is a faculty member at the Institute of Education, University College London. He has worked in the United States, Asia, England, Europe, Central America, and the Caribbean, and with UNESCO's International Bureau of Education, on issues related to inclusive educational policy. His current research focuses on innovative pedagogies, inclusive practices, and leadership.

Desiree S. Tan is a Research Assistant at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University. Her ongoing research includes a wide variety of topics such as curriculum design, employment preparation, flipped learning, intellectual and developmental disabilities, mathematics difficulties, mobile technology usage, simulation and serious gaming, special education, the technology acceptance model, team-based learning, translating neuroscience for educators, and virtual and augmented reality usage.

Dr. Koh Noi Keng, Ph.D is the Director of Research, Curtin University, Singapore, after serving 17 years at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore as Director of the Center for Financial Literacy. She was the programme leader who designed and taught postgraduate courses for accounting, business, economics, and finance education and was a Principal Investigator for mobile learning, technology-rich learning environment and engaging pedagogies for learners' research projects. She was also a consultant to the National Healthcare Group, Pearson and Citigroup.


1 An Introduction to Flipping the Classroom.- 2 Instructional Design: Evidence-based Practices in the Flipped Classroom.- 3 Flipping the Math Classroom.- 4 Flipping the English Language Arts & Literacy Classroom.- 5 A Flipped English Class in a Korean Middle School: Changes in English Language Teaching, Classroom Interaction, and Learning Outcomes.- 6 Flipping Physical Education Classrooms for Grades K-12.- 7 Flipping for Diverse Learners.- 8 The Flipped Computer Science Classroom: A Modern Approach to Programmed Instruction.- 9 Flipping the Secondary Classroom in China.- 10 Flipped Learning at the University Level.- 11 Improved learning performance based on a flipped classroom concept: A case study based on the course introduction to management accounting for business engineers.- 12 Flipping the Business Administration Classroom.- 13 Flipping the Classroom in Teacher Education.- 14 Flipping Biomedical Science.- 15 Why Flip the Medical Resident Classroom? A Pilot Study in Singapore.- 16 Flipped Instruction among Medical Students in Singapore.- 17 Current Issues and Future Implications.


Titel: Flipped Classrooms with Diverse Learners
Untertitel: International Perspectives
EAN: 9789811541711
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Genre: Pädagogik
Anzahl Seiten: 295
Veröffentlichung: 29.06.2020
Dateigrösse: 6.1 MB