Using Performances in a Flipped Classroom Setting

  • James A. Bernauer Robert Morris University
Keywords: Constructivist Learning Theory, Flipped Classroom, Integrated Assessment, Performances, Student-Centered Instruction, Teacher-Centered Instruction

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to explain how performances are used within a flipped classroom environment in a university educational psychology class. This instructional approach also incorporates the concept of “integrated assessment” where assessment and instruction are intimately connected. Examples of student-led instruction using performances are provided. Results of a teacher-developed assessment administered during the past several years to elicit student evaluations of these instructional practices have provided evidence that using this instructional approach is effective for most but not all students.

Published
2020-06-13
How to Cite
BernauerJ. A. (2020). Using Performances in a Flipped Classroom Setting. LEARNing Landscapes, 13(1), 53-66. https://doi.org/10.36510/learnland.v13i1.1002