A Case Study of Flipped Learning in Calculus of one Variable on Motivation and Active Learning

- Journal title : Research in Mathematical Education
- Volume 19, Issue 4, 2015, pp.211-227
- Publisher : Korea Society of Mathematical Education
- DOI : 10.7468/jksmed.2015.19.4.211

Title & Authors

A Case Study of Flipped Learning in Calculus of one Variable on Motivation and Active Learning

JEONG, Moonja;

JEONG, Moonja;

Abstract

Information Technology influenced on classroom to change the teaching and learning method. Recently, flipped learning method became a hot issue in education by using Information Technology. Learning management system that is introduced in our university in the spring semester 2015, made it possible to apply flipped learning method. So, we used the flipped learning method in a calculus course. In this paper, we found that flipped learning in Calculus we was a little bit affirmative in the aspect of motivation and active learning from students` response on flipped learning method. We analyzed the reason that students were not so positive in continuing flipped learning even though they liked flipped learning a little bit better than traditional learning. We suggest what we pay attention to for applying the flipped learning method effectively.

Keywords

flipped learning;learning management system;blended learning;calculus;

Language

English

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