Handbook of Research on Active Learning and the Flipped Classroom Model in the Digital Age, 1st Edition

  • Jared Keengwe
  • Grace Onchwari
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  • ISBN-10: 1466696818
  • ISBN-13: 9781466696815
  • DDC: 371.3
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 450 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2016 | Published/Released July 2016
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2016

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Overview

This handbook highlights research on the latest trends in education with an emphasis on the technologies being used to meet learning objectives. It focuses on teaching strategies, learner engagement, student interaction, and digital tools for learning. It is an essential resource for current and future educators, instructional designers, IT specialists, school administrators, and education researchers.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
Foreword.
Preface.
Acknowledgment.
1: Flipping Learning!: Challenges in Deploying Online Resources to Flipped Learning in Higher Education.
2: The Dialogic Nature of Meaning Making within a Hybrid Learning Space: Individual, Community, and Knowledge-Building Pedagogical Tools.
3: The Continuous and Systematic Study of the College Algebra Flipped Classroom.
4: Understanding Flipped Instructions and How They Work In the Real World.
5: Instructional Re-design for an Active Flipped Classroom: Two Frameworks Are Better than One.
6: Mobile Learning: A Bridging Technology of Learner Entry Behavior in a Flipped Classroom Model.
7: A Professional Development Framework for the Flipped Classroom Model: Design and Implementation of a Literacy and Math Integrated Professional Development Initiative.
8: Faculty Perspectives of Technology-Enhanced Course Redesign.
9: An Integral Approach to Active Learning in Mathematics.
10: Integration of Multiple Web 2.0 Tools and Student Task Completion in Two Educational Technology Classes.
11: Effective Feedback in Online Learning.
12: Enhancing Active Learning Pedagogy through Online Collaborative Learning.
13: Strategies to Promote Pedagogical Knowledge Interplay with Technology.
14: Employing Active Learning and the Flipped Classroom Model in Developing Countries: Opportunities and Challenges.
15: Blending Digital Content in Teacher Education Programs.
16: Innovative Instruction in STEM Education: The Role of Student Feedback in the Development of a Flipped Classroom.
17: Challenges and Opportunities for Active and Hybrid Learning related to UNESCO Post 2015.
18: Challenges in Implementing the Flipped Classroom Model in Higher Education.
19: Enhancing the Quality of Computer Science Education with MOOCs in Sub-Saharan Africa.
20: Designing a cMOOC for Lecturer Professional Development in the 21st Century.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.
Index.
Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
Foreword.
Preface.
Acknowledgment.
1: Flipping Learning!: Challenges in Deploying Online Resources to Flipped Learning in Higher Education.
2: The Dialogic Nature of Meaning Making within a Hybrid Learning Space: Individual, Community, and Knowledge-Building Pedagogical Tools.
3: The Continuous and Systematic Study of the College Algebra Flipped Classroom.
4: Understanding Flipped Instructions and How They Work In the Real World.
5: Instructional Re-design for an Active Flipped Classroom: Two Frameworks Are Better than One.
6: Mobile Learning: A Bridging Technology of Learner Entry Behavior in a Flipped Classroom Model.
7: A Professional Development Framework for the Flipped Classroom Model: Design and Implementation of a Literacy and Math Integrated Professional Development Initiative.
8: Faculty Perspectives of Technology-Enhanced Course Redesign.
9: An Integral Approach to Active Learning in Mathematics.
10: Integration of Multiple Web 2.0 Tools and Student Task Completion in Two Educational Technology Classes.
11: Effective Feedback in Online Learning.
12: Enhancing Active Learning Pedagogy through Online Collaborative Learning.
13: Strategies to Promote Pedagogical Knowledge Interplay with Technology.
14: Employing Active Learning and the Flipped Classroom Model in Developing Countries: Opportunities and Challenges.
15: Blending Digital Content in Teacher Education Programs.
16: Innovative Instruction in STEM Education: The Role of Student Feedback in the Development of a Flipped Classroom.
17: Challenges and Opportunities for Active and Hybrid Learning related to UNESCO Post 2015.
18: Challenges in Implementing the Flipped Classroom Model in Higher Education.
19: Enhancing the Quality of Computer Science Education with MOOCs in Sub-Saharan Africa.
20: Designing a cMOOC for Lecturer Professional Development in the 21st Century.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.
Index.