Will Innovative Technology and the Flipped Classroom Combined with Inductive Teaching Strategies Increase Student Engagement and Performance
Flipped mathematics classroom, inquiry-based learning, problem-based learning, project-based learning, active-learning activities, engagement, inductive teaching strategies, constructivism
Educational technology has become more accessible to schools and students. With these new digital epistemologies, what is the best way for teachers to incorporate the technology into their classrooms in order to develop 21st century skills? This research is designed to share current ideas and their impact on student learning as evidenced by increased engagement, assessment scores, and data collected from student work samples from classroom projects and activities. This project has shown a positive connection between the flipped classroom model (when combined with problem-based learning, inquiry-based learning, and project-based learning in a seventh-grade level mathematics classroom in Northern California) and student data showing increased performance and engagement.
Girguis, R. G. (2016). Will Innovative Technology and the Flipped Classroom Combined with Inductive Teaching Strategies Increase Student Engagement and Performance. Retrieved from https://touroscholar.touro.edu/tucgsoe/236