Outline Of A Paper On Flipped Classrooms

2525 Words May 17th, 2015 11 Pages
Capstone Paper
MA in Education: Educational Technology
Flipped Classrooms
Kyle Fletcher
Concordia University, St. Paul
Research Complete Capstone-ED 590, Cohort M2235
Professor Corey Quick
May 15, 2015

Table of Contents
Abstract.………………………………………………………………………….………..3

Chapter 1: Introduction…..……………….……………………………….………………4
Chapter 2: Review of Literature…..…………………………………….………………...7
Chapter 3: Research Summary and Conclusions……….……………….………....….......
Chapter 4: Discussion and Applications...………………..……………….….……………
References………………………………..…………..……………………..……...………

Abstract

Flipped Classrooms
Chapter 1: Introduction
When the author of this paper began teaching seven years ago, there was a huge push for technology integration into schools. Educators were slowly weaning off of overheads and transparencies as a means to deliver content to their students. Now, many of these “old school” tools have been replaced with interactive whiteboards, one-to-one devices and computers. With the adoption of this technological push, educators are now open to a wider range of educational resources and tools used to educate their students.
Almost yearly, teachers are inundated with new information on “best practice” and how to increase student achievement. “Given that everyone has different learning needs at different times—we learn at different paces, have different aptitudes, and enter classes with…
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