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Universiti Teknologi Brunei (Brunei Muara, Brunei Darussalam)
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Presentation title
University Students perception on the use of online based technology in flipped classrooms
Presentation abstract

This study explores the experiences and perceptions of 59 first year university students on flipped learning systems, over the course of one semester. The students carried out three separate sessions of flipped methodology classes, utilising a variety of online tools for teaching and communicating with each other. The types of flipped methodologies used were mixed to accommodate different learning styles. Primarily, the rotation model was used interspersed with the standard inverted classrooms to allow for a more discussion-based conclusion to the sessions. Results indicated that while the students had very little prior knowledge and experience on flipped classroom, they were generally positive in their initial perception of the learning strategy. Furthermore, over the period of the semester, the students fully embraced the entire process albeit with some apprehension regarding their peer’s motivation and efficiency in conducting the flipped sessions. A pre-sessional survey was conducted at the start of the semester as well as post-sessional surveys after each flipped session to gauge any particular changes in the students’ perceptions throughout the study. The overall findings showed positive reception from the students regarding flipped classroom with notable mentions of improved confidence and the development of active learning approaches.

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flipped classroom, online tools, online instructions,
E-learning, collaborative learning and blended learning
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Submitted by
Shana Mat Salleh
Submitted: Monday, 30 March 2020, 10:59 PM [JST]
Modified: Thursday, 21 October 2021, 6:34 AM [JST]
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