Event Title

A Survey of the Effectiveness of the Flipped Classroom in the Communication Sciences

Presenter Information

Amanda Bange, Andrews University

Location

Buller Hall Lobby

Start Date

11-15-2018 4:00 PM

Description

This study examines how the flipped classroom model impacts student performance in the communication sciences. The flipped classroom is defined as an educational technique that utilizes technology to provide lecture materials outside of class time, while students complete projects and engage in discussion in class with the professor. Twenty-six participants responded to a survey regarding their flipped classroom experiences in four spring semester speech-language pathology and audiology classes. Responses were mixed, indicating a dislike of the formatting of the style while appreciating the extra practice, question-and-answer time, and thorough engagement with the topic that the flipped classroom model provided.

Acknowledgments

Sponsoring Professors: Darah Regal, Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology; Karl Bailey, Behavioral Sciences

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Nov 15th, 4:00 PM

A Survey of the Effectiveness of the Flipped Classroom in the Communication Sciences

Buller Hall Lobby

This study examines how the flipped classroom model impacts student performance in the communication sciences. The flipped classroom is defined as an educational technique that utilizes technology to provide lecture materials outside of class time, while students complete projects and engage in discussion in class with the professor. Twenty-six participants responded to a survey regarding their flipped classroom experiences in four spring semester speech-language pathology and audiology classes. Responses were mixed, indicating a dislike of the formatting of the style while appreciating the extra practice, question-and-answer time, and thorough engagement with the topic that the flipped classroom model provided.