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《Distance Education in China》 2017-08
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Flipping the classroom in higher education:A design-based research study to develop a flipped classroom framework

Helen Crompton;Judith Dunkerly-Bean;Old Dominion University Darden College of Education;  
Over the past 20 years some higher education instructors have increased their technology use as a way to extend and enhance students' understanding and move away from the traditional lecture approach. One recent strategy is to use a flipped classroom approach and have students use technology to access the lecture and other instructional resources outside the classroom; this leaves the in-class time to engage in active learning. However, at this time there are no empirically-based flipped classroom frameworks for undergraduate students in higher education. The purpose of this study was to fill this gap in the academic literature and develop a framework. This study will provide a springboard for scholars to further examine the efficacy of the flipped classroom in higher education and practitioners to look for a flipped classroom framework for using in their own classroom.
【CateGory Index】: G434;G642
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