Extending the Principles of Flipped Learning to Achieve Measurable Results: Emerging Research and Opportunities

Extending the Principles of Flipped Learning to Achieve Measurable Results: Emerging Research and Opportunities

William Swart (East Carolina University, USA)
Projected Release Date: August, 2017|Copyright: © 2018 |Pages: 110
ISBN13: 9781522529842|ISBN10: 1522529845|EISBN13: 9781522529859|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-2984-2

Description

The delivery of educational content can take a variety of forms, depending on the dynamics of a particular classroom. With flipped classroom environments, students can better engage and retain concepts and information.

Extending the Principles of Flipped Learning to Achieve Measurable Results: Emerging Research and Opportunities shows through detailed case studies how to measure flipped learning results in order to implement Deming’s P-D-S-A cycle for achieving continual improvement in the flipped classroom. The book is built upon Dr. Michael G. Moore’s theory of Transactional Distance. It highlights pedagogical coverage on topics such as individual and group interactive learning, learning spaces, learning materials, and instructor and student preparation. This book is an ideal reference source for educators, professionals, graduate students, researchers, and academics seeking information on the latest instructional strategies.

Topics Covered

The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Designing Flipped Learning
  • Flipped Learning as Student Leadership Development
  • Generating Transactional Distances
  • Measuring Flipped Learning Results
  • P-D-S-A Cycle and the Continual Improvement of Flipped Learning
  • P-D-S-A Cycle: Execution of the PLAN, DO, STUDY, and ACT steps
  • P-D-S-A Cycle: Going beyond the initial P-D-S-A Cycle

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

William Swart is a Professor of Marketing and Supply Chain Management at East Carolina University. He received his BS in Industrial Engineering from Clemson University and his PhD in Operations Research from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He has held leadership positions in industry, including Corporate Vice President, and in the academia, including Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. He is the recipient of a NASA/JFK Group Achievement Award, the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) Operations Research Practice Award, and the Achievement in Operations Research Medal from the Institute for Operations Research and Management Science (INFORMS).