Student perceptions toward flipped learning: New methods to increase interaction and active learning in economics
Travis Roach ()
International Review of Economics Education, 2014, vol. 17, issue C, 74-84
The “flipped classroom” has begun to revolutionize the way that students receive information from their teachers and is ushering in a new era of active and creative thinkers. Although flipping the classroom has gained popular attention, very little research has focused on flipping the classroom at the collegiate level. This paper documents the implementation of a “partially-flipped” class over one semester of a large enrollment microeconomics course, as well as presents results of students’ perception toward flipped learning. I find that students respond positively to flipped learning, and that it is an instructional design that is beneficial across student groups.
Keywords: Flipped learning; Active learning (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A22 A23 A29 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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