Measuring Learning Outcomes and Attitudes in a Flipped Introductory Statistics Course
Recent studies have highlighted the positive effects on learning and retention rates that active learning brings to the classroom. A flipped classroom is a type of active learning where transmission of content occurs outside of the classroom environment and problem solving and learning activities become the focus of classroom time. This article reports on results of a study conducted in flipped and non-flipped Introductory Statistics classroom environments measuring student achievement in both classrooms on traditional assessments as well as measuring student attitudes toward the flipped classroom environment.
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Cilli-Turner, Emily, "Measuring Learning Outcomes and Attitudes in a Flipped Introductory Statistics Course" (2015). SIAS Faculty Publications. 794.
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