To flip or not to flip: Effectiveness of the flipped classroom model on students’ self-directed learning in general studies

Suet Ting CHEUNG

Research output: Other contributionHonours Projects

Abstract

This is a study investigating the effectiveness of flipped classroom model to students’ self-directed learning in General Studies lessons of Hong Kong senior primary students. In specific, this research aims to conduct a case study at a local primary school for studying: (1) the effectiveness of flipped classroom to develop students’ self-directed learning; (2) and the limitations and suggestions for implementing flipped classroom in the Hong Kong context. A sample of six teachers and one school principal have participated in the research by having the interview sessions, which is analyzed by the grounded theory approach via open coding and thematic analysis. The potential implication of this study is expected to offer pedagogical insights on adopting flipped classroom in primary schools on both theoretical and practical levels for future developments, as well as raises the awareness of developing students’ self-directed learning with this approach.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Keywords

  • Flipped classroom model
  • Self-directed learning
  • e-Leaning
  • Senior primary students
  • General studies
  • Honours Project (HP)
  • Bachelor of Education (Honours) (Primary) – General Studies and Mathematics (Five-year Full-time)
  • Programme code: A5B058
  • Course code: TLS4029

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