Event Title

Engage With the Flip: How Interactivity, Accountability, and Creativity Affect Student Engagement with Pre-Class Materials in Flipped Learning

Location

Ross 1010

Event Type

Presentation

Start Date

9-6-2016 3:50 PM

End Date

9-6-2016 4:40 PM

Description

Flipped Learning requires student engagement outside the classroom; this presentation presents research on how interactivity, accountability, and creativity affect student engagement with pre‐ class videos in a university freshman English class. The research covers three semesters, 1300 students, and more than 70,000 views of 100 original videos produced for the course.

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Jun 9th, 3:50 PM Jun 9th, 4:40 PM

Engage With the Flip: How Interactivity, Accountability, and Creativity Affect Student Engagement with Pre-Class Materials in Flipped Learning

Ross 1010

Flipped Learning requires student engagement outside the classroom; this presentation presents research on how interactivity, accountability, and creativity affect student engagement with pre‐ class videos in a university freshman English class. The research covers three semesters, 1300 students, and more than 70,000 views of 100 original videos produced for the course.