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The Effect of Flipped Learning on the 3D Computer Graphics Class
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 Title & Authors
The Effect of Flipped Learning on the 3D Computer Graphics Class
Kang, Seungmook;
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 Abstract
The teaching method of colleges and universities is traditionally lectures then professors has described orally in class and students has listened to accompanying with papers, mid-terms, and final exams. Jon Bergmann and Aaron Sams have developed new way of teaching called flipped learning; Classwork at home and homework in class. By adapting the method, this paper researched how efficient it is and what factors tutors should consider for better results. Specifically this research examined the flipped learning applying to basic 3D graphics class of J University in Korea and students answered surveys and took a couple of tests. Since the most students of the class did not have any background of 3D graphics, it was the first time for them to work with 3 dimensional space coordinate system. As a result, the research showed positive side of flipped learning like increasing peers` interest to the class and positive attitude about video lectures watched before coming to class.
 Keywords
Flipped Learning;Flipped Classroom;Smart Learning;Blended Learning;Inverted Class;
 Language
Korean
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