Flipped Learning Across Multiple Disciplines
This study is an extension of the previous year's pilot in math classes and was designed as a research partnership project and a collaboration among researchers from the Werklund School of Education at the University of Calgary and practitioners from Almadina Language Charter Academy including learning coaches and teachers. The focus of the research was to engage and support students in science, math, and social studies classes in the elementary and junior high campuses in using flipped learning. Over these two years, the application of a flipped learning model has been timely given it has occurred during the COVID-19 pandemic and considered to be a good choice as a medium to support students at home as well as in the classroom.
flipped Learning, flipped classroom, EdPuzzle, K-12, research-practice partnership
Delanoy, N., El-Hacha, J., Miller, M., & Brown, B. (2022). Flipped Learning Across Multiple Disciplines (Report). University of Calgary, Calgary, AB.