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Flipped Learning teaching model design and application for the University`s "Linear Algebra"
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 Title & Authors
Flipped Learning teaching model design and application for the University`s "Linear Algebra"
Park, Kyung-Eun; Lee, Sang-Gu;
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 Abstract
We had a full scale of literature survey and case survey of mathematics Flipped Learning class models. The purpose of this study is to design and adopt a Flipped Learning `Linear Algebra` class model that fis our need. We applied our new model to 30 students at S University. Then we analyzed the activities and performance of students in this course. Our Flipped Learning `Linear Algebra` teaching model is followed in 3 stages : The first stage involved the students viewing an online lecture as homework and participating free question-answer by themselves on Q&A before class, the second stage involved in-class learning which researcher solved the students` Q&A and highlighted the main ideas through the Point-Lecture, the third stage involved the students participating more advanced topic by themselves on Q&A and researcher (or peers) finalizing students` Q&A. According to the survey, the teaching model made a certain contribution not only to increase students` participation and interest, but also to improve their communication skill and self-directed learning skill in all classes and online. We used the Purposive Sampling from the obtained data. For the research`s validity and reliability, we used the Content Validity and the Alternate-Form Method. We found several meaningful output from this analysis.
 Keywords
Flipped learning;Linear Algebra;Collage mathematics education;
 Language
Korean
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