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ERIC Number: EJ1230066
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2019
Pages: 15
Abstractor: As Provided
ISBN: N/A
ISSN: ISSN-1049-4820
Impacts of Flipped Classrooms with Peer Assessment on Students' Effectiveness of Playing Musical Instruments -- Taking Amateur Erhu Learners as an Example
Hwang, Gwo-Haur; Chen, Beyin; Sung, Chia-Wen
Interactive Learning Environments, v27 n8 p1047-1061 2019
Amateur musical instrument learners are usually taught in a one-to-many learning mode owing to the cost consideration; therefore, it is difficult for the teacher to address individual students' problems. This results in a lack of knowledge internalization. The flipped classroom enables the teacher to have more in-class time to interact with individual students. However, when the teacher guides a learner in the flipped class, the other learners usually practice on their own rather than engaging in critical thinking or reflective thinking activities. Therefore, this study uses the peer assessment strategy to increase the effectiveness of musical instrument flipped teaching. However, conventional peer assessment flipped teaching (CPA) has some disadvantages. So, we present another method in which the peer assessment is performed by online video sharing (VSPA). The VSPA method can further extend the learning time until after class. It lets teachers have more time to solve the problems of individual students. Besides, it can reduce the students' nervousness. The experimental results showed that both of the two teaching modes can help progression, but there is no significant difference in the learning effectiveness. As for learning preference, we found that the learners preferred CPA to VSPA.
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Taiwan