For our first meeting of the Winter Term, we will be reading literature about flipped classrooms:
- Comber, D. P., & Brady-Van den Bos, M. (2018). Too much, too soon? A critical investigation into factors that make Flipped Classrooms effective. Higher Education Research & Development, 1-15.
- Burgoyne, S., & Eaton, J. (2018). The Partially Flipped Classroom: The Effects of Flipping a Module on “Junk Science” in a Large Methods Course. Teaching of Psychology, 45(2), 154-157.
The first article can be obtained by e-mailing Raechel (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by interlibrary loan from the Valley Library. The second article can be accessed freely through the Valley Library.
We hope to see you on the 23rd!