Flipped classroom is designed to enrich students’ learning experience through active learning activities in the classroom. To prepare the students for these active learning activities, the teachers typically provide pre-recorded video lectures and various computer-mediated learning activities for the students to go through online before the lessons. When students meet with the teachers face-to-face, they are engaged with interactive and collaborative learning tasks. This flipped learning is further facilitated by mobile technology as the students can access these learning materials anytime anywhere on their mobile devices within and outside the classroom. This chapter describes a conceptual model and an initiative of using mobile learning analytics to understand the learners’ behaviours inside and outside the classroom under flipped learning approach. Empirical data on the students’ perceptions of this initiative is presented as well to supplement the analysis. Issues and implications for designing flipped learning with mobile technology and learning analytics are discussed. Copyright © 2016 Springer Science+Business Media Singapore.
|Title of host publication
|Mobile learning design: Theories and application
|Daniel CHURCHILL , Jie LU, Thomas K.F. CHIU, Bob FOX
|Place of Publication
|Published - 2016