Student Perceptions of the Flipped Classroom

Over the last two years I had the pleasure of completing a Master of Arts degree in Educational Technology at the University of British Columbia Okanagan. During this time I was pushed to think hard about my teaching practice, challenged to investigate new teaching methods, and encouraged to look critically at how I could best incorporate educational technology. It was experience that I enjoyed immensely and recommend to any teacher.

I decided to write my thesis on student perceptions of the Flipped Classroom. As a classroom teacher I wanted to know plain and simple if students enjoyed themselves and if they felt they were benefiting from the changes I made to my practice.

It is my pleasure to present to you my thesis titled ‘Student Perception of the Flipped Classroom.’


About flippingmath

Math Teacher, Flipper, Blue Jays Fan
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2 Responses to Student Perceptions of the Flipped Classroom

  1. Wendy says:

    Hi Graham,
    I’ve just started flipping my classroom in Melbourne Australia, and will be surveying my students at the end of term. Would you mind if I adapted the survey used from your thesis?
    Thanks for sharing your work on this blog, its been really helpful for a flipping newbie!

    PS Am originally from Toronto so also a Blue Jays fan 😉

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