Levels of Flipping the Classroom: Study of African-American College Students
Abstract: This study is an analysis of mean exam scores of three groups of African-American Undergraduate business students to determine the effects of different levels of flipping the classroom. For the highest level of flipping, the results showed positive and significant effects of flipping compared to the control group. However, a second moderately flipped group did not have a significantly greater mean exam score compared to the control group. Thus consideration of flipping a threshold may be needed in some instances to cause the flipping effect.
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Authors: Charles J. Murphy