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Flipped Classroom in a university

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RUNNING AHEAD: FLIPPED CLASSROOM IN A UNIVERSITY1Flipped Classroom in a universityStudent NameSchool Name
FLIPPED CLASSROOM IN A UNIVERSITY2Table of ContentsIntroduction...........................................................................................................................................3Literature review...................................................................................................................................4Critiques of flipped classroom...........................................................................................................5Flipped learning in Singapore............................................................................................................5Bloom’s taxonomy of Cognitive domain...........................................................................................6Advantages of flipped learning..............................................................................................................8Disadvantages of flipped classroom....................................................................................................10Features of flipped classroom..............................................................................................................11Access one after the other................................................................................................................11Test after each lesson.......................................................................................................................11Rectification of wrong answer.........................................................................................................12Email trigger to instructor................................................................................................................12Game based test V/S normal test.....................................................................................................12Online and offline content viewing..................................................................................................12Mobile friendly application.............................................................................................................13Animated characters........................................................................................................................13Short courses...................................................................................................................................13Flip cards.........................................................................................................................................13Synopsis..........................................................................................................................................13Completion certificate.....................................................................................................................14Responsibility of the consultant.......................................................................................................14Conclusion...........................................................................................................................................15References...........................................................................................................................................15
FLIPPED CLASSROOM IN A UNIVERSITY3IntroductionIn the traditional classroom setup, students have to go to the college every day and bea part of the lecture delivered by the teacher on daily basis. The teacher would giveassignments based on the lecture conducted. These assignments would help students to enrichtheir knowledge and understanding about the subject. Flipped learning is different than that of
FLIPPED CLASSROOM IN A UNIVERSITY4traditional classroom learning. In flipped classroom, lectures are captured in the form ofvideo and students can view it as and when required. Many teachers would ask students toview videos before or after their lecture to enrich their subject-matter understanding.Literature reviewA lot of research has been done to understand the advantages, disadvantages andimplications of flipped classroom style learning and they are discussed below.It is merely impossible for colleges to stay away from technology when it boomingday-on-day. Universities which offer higher education is using flipped classroom method tothe fullest to ensure that the students get maximum benefits from the course, they haveenrolled for. In the past, distance learning students use to study by using study materialsprovided but that is not the case anymore. In flipped classroom coming into picture, thesestudents can view video and clarify their doubts based on the video (Edward 2013).Flipped learning is considered to be the best when it is blended well with classroomtraining. It can be blended with physical activities in the classroom and watching of videobefore of the class. The students will get an understanding of the practicality associated withthe theoretical watch. This is blended form of learning when online video viewing iscombined with face-to-face physical activities (Elena 2013).Students would be more than happy if flipped classroom is implemented in theiruniversity. Students may find the traditional classroom session to be bored as the teacher mayspeak continuously while students’ thoughts may wander without paying attention to much ofwhat the professor is speaking. This can be avoided if the student watches a video tounderstand the theoretical part of the lecture. The student would prefer to watch the video at atime when he is willing to study. Even weak students can watch the video multiple times and
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