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Lam, Paul; Ng, Hilary K. Y.; Lau, Carmen K. M.; Tse, Alan H. H. – Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 2020
Is it worth the time and effort to overcome the challenges to flipping the classroom? To answer this question, we recruited university students from five government-funded universities in Hong Kong. They were asked to complete two surveys with the same measurements before and after the flipped lessons. The results from round 1 of students' pre-…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Flipped Classroom, Teaching Methods, Critical Thinking
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Wan, Sarah Lai Yin; Cheung, Ka Luen; Lin, Xiao Ying – Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 2020
This study evaluates the impact of applying a flipped classroom model to an advanced psychology course at The Education University of Hong Kong. The study implemented mixed-method design, including pre-post surveys and focus group interviews. Overall findings indicated that students were satisfied with the flipped classroom approach but yielded no…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Student Attitudes, Flipped Classroom, Psychology
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Watkins, Natasha D.; Fedesco, Heather N.; Marshall, Mary – Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 2019
The authors compared student perceptions and performance in a fully online versus a flipped undergraduate diversity course. Students' performance on course assignments and responses to surveys assessing perceptions of learning climate, basic psychological needs (autonomy, competence, relatedness), motivation, relevance, and learning gains were…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Performance, Online Courses, Educational Technology
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Lovvorn, Al S.; Timmerman, John E. – Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 2019
The flipped classroom, based on constructivist theory, focuses on acquiring strengths within a discipline rather than knowledge transmission. While the process of flipping the classroom has been extensively explored, little discussion has followed concerning how to effectively evaluate student learning in this new teaching paradigm. The authors…
Descriptors: Homework, Video Technology, Teaching Methods, Evaluation Methods
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Gonzalez, Joseph J. – Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 2018
Hoping to increase student engagement, the author decided to re-envision his course on contemporary global issues in a "flipped" format. The results proved encouraging--to a degree. Over the course of five semesters, applying lessons gleaned from the literature, students learned how to read challenging texts outside of class and…
Descriptors: Homework, Reading Assignments, Interviews, Teaching Methods
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Bernauer, James A.; Fuller, Richard G. – Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 2017
The authors focus on the critical role of assessment within a flipped classroom environment where instruction is based on constructivist learning theory and where desired student outcomes are at the higher levels of Bloom's Taxonomy. While assessment is typically thought of in terms of providing summative measures of performance or achievement, it…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Homework
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Owen, Leanne R. – Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 2017
The author presents self-report data from students in three upper-level undergraduate courses to illustrate the comparative effectiveness of different out-of-class assessment approaches in promoting completion and comprehension of reading assignments. Students reported agreeing or strongly agreeing that all three assignments motivated them to…
Descriptors: Reading Assignments, Undergraduate Students, Likert Scales, Student Attitudes
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Blondin, Carolyn A.; Voils, Kyle; Galyon, Charles E.; Williams, Robert L. – Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 2015
Concepts from the Response-to-Intervention (RTI) Model were used to promote a successful course outcome for students at risk for making low grades in an entry-level college course. The first exam served as a universal screener to identify students who could potentially benefit from RTI assistance. The researchers developed a tiered coaching…
Descriptors: Response to Intervention, Models, At Risk Students, Coaching (Performance)
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Persky, Adam M. – Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 2015
The "flipped" classroom model, including such approaches as team-based learning (TBL), stresses pre-class preparation. For three years in a pharmacokinetics course within a pharmacy curriculum, students had the choice of using reading material or a fully animated module to prepare for class. Qualitative methods were used to analyze…
Descriptors: Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Education, Reading Materials, Animation
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Galyon, Charles E.; Blondin, Carolyn A.; Forbes, Bethany E.; Williams, Robert L. – Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 2013
The authors developed a methodology for evaluating student answers on homework assigned in 3 sections (total N = 167) of an undergraduate educational psychology course. The potential of homework to predict exam scores was compared with that of two established predictors (critical thinking and participation in class discussion). The findings…
Descriptors: Homework, Undergraduate Students, Prediction, Scores
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Uba, Laura – Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 2008
This article describes a four-pronged pedagogical protocol for teaching undergraduates how to deconstruct statements, including a list of deconstructive considerations students learn to apply. The protocol also encourages oral participation in class discussions. Three assessment measures demonstrate the protocol's effectiveness: (1) a qualitative…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, College Instruction, Critical Thinking, Discussion (Teaching Technique)
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Moberg, Chris; Sojka, Jane Z.; Gupta, Ashok – Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 2008
The authors' research was designed to identify the cheating strategies college students are most likely to use and who is most likely to use them--men versus women, business majors versus other majors, and students with higher GPAs versus students with lower GPAs. In a survey of 372 undergraduates at a large, Midwestern university, students…
Descriptors: Majors (Students), Homework, Cheating, Undergraduate Students