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Flipping the classroom: A case study of a mathematics methods class

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posted on 2023-05-23, 09:08 authored by Tracey MuirTracey Muir, Helen ChickHelen Chick
The "flipped classroom" is gaining popularity in a number of settings, including secondary schools, reflecting a belief that the approach is more engaging and effective for students. This paper reports on a senior secondary mathematics class's experience with adopting a flipped classroom approach. The findings indicate that the teacher and students were positive about the practice and perceived it as being sustainable and transferable to other classes. The study has particular implications for senior secondary mathematics teachers who often find it challenging to cover the syllabus and prepare their students for externally imposed assessment tasks.

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Publication title

Proceedings of The 37th Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia

Editors

J. Anderson N. Cavanagh & A. Prescott

Pagination

485-492

ISBN

978-1-920846-27-5

Department/School

Faculty of Education

Publisher

Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, Inc.

Place of publication

Australia

Event title

The 37th Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia

Event Venue

Aerial Centre, University of Technology, Sydney

Date of Event (Start Date)

2014-06-29

Date of Event (End Date)

2014-07-03

Rights statement

Copyright 2014 Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia Incorporated

Repository Status

  • Open

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Pedagogy

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