The Effect of the Flipped Classroom on Homework Completion and Mastery of the Content
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SubjectsEducation -- Research papers (Graduate)
Classroom environment -- Research.
Homework -- Research.
High school students -- Research.
Education -- Research papers (Graduate)
The purpose of this research was to study the effect of the flipped classroom environment on homework completion and mastery of the content in a high school Honors Biology class. In the second semester of the year, students were given content material such as video lectures, reading assignments or other direct instructional delivery methods to complete outside the classroom. Most of the classroom activities were centered on working with peers and the teacher on inquiry based activities and project based learning. The data revealed students were significantly successful with completion of homework and mastery of the material. Students found the self-‐paced environment to be beneficial and effective with regards to their grades. For the teacher, there was more time to work with students individually and get to know their learning styles.