During this SIG Meeting David van Alten will give a layman’s talk about his dissertation (defense planned on March 19th): Flipped learning in secondary education history classrooms: what are the effects and what is the role of self-regulated learning?
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Flipped learning (FL) involves students preparing learning materials before class (e.g., by watching a lecture video), and applying the learning materials during class. FL has become a widespread teaching method in all levels of education. His dissertation answers two main research questions. First, what are the effects of FL on students’ learning outcomes and satisfaction, and is this affected by certain study characteristics? Second, what is the role of students’ Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) during FL?
We look forward to seeing you on March 15th!