More than one way to flip a class: learning analytics for mixed models of learning

Alan Dix

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Abstract

This case study presents personal experiences in the reuse of materials, originally prepared for a small-scale MOOC, in face-to-face flipped classroom and blended learning teaching. While some of the literature on the flipped classroom suggests a quite uniform pedagogic style for each class, albeit differing between advocates, the experience of the author was far more pedagogically diverse depending on the type of material and workload of the students. Fine-grain learning analytics were also critical; these both allowed targeted feedback (enhancing student learning) and gave a sense of control (enhancing academic motivation and well being).
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages10
JournalCompass: Journal of Learning and Teaching
Volume8
Issue number12
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2016

Keywords

  • learning analytics
  • flipped classroom
  • video
  • MOOC
  • learning-resource reuse

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