A Full Flip: One Catholic University's Journey with Campus-Wide Flipped Instruction
A campus-wide flipped curriculum model was initiated at a new, private, Catholic university in a large southwestern suburb. The design and development of the curriculum is presented. A formative evaluation was conducted mid-semester to determine the effectiveness of the initiative. Surveys and interviews were conducted with both faculty and students and classroom observations were conducted. Results from the evaluation indicate that students and faculty like the flipped model and that the students have a high level of engagement with the instructional content. Areas for improvement include organization of course materials and the inclusion of prerecorded lectures. Further training support for faculty and academic support for first-year students is also recommended.
Journal of Catholic Education
Miller, C. L. (2016). A full flip: One Catholic university's journey with campus-wide flipped instruction. Journal of Catholic Education, 20(1), 56-85. https://doi.org/10.15365/joce.2001032016
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