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Keanwah LEE
School of Education, University of Nottingham Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
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Enhancing learning experiences of a flipped classroom through reflections
Presentation abstract
This study was designed to examine pre-service teachers’ (PSTs) learning experiences of a year-long TESOL methodology course via a Flipped Classroom (FC) approach. The PSTs (N=18) were required to document their learning experiences via reflective blog entries. The PSTs reflections encompassed the planning, designing, implementing, and evaluating process of their own and their own peers’ learning of the skills, competences and attitudes of a TESOL Methodology course. The qualitative study involved a group of Y3 TESOL Education students (N = 18) who were enrolled in the 2020/2021 session. The data elicitation instruments were (1) students’ reflections in blogs of their learning experiences, and (2) focus group interviews. Data were inductively analysed using thematic analysis with the help of Nvivo software. Findings showed the PSTs critical reflections enhanced the understanding of the learning outcomes of TESOL methodology course. The meta-analysis of the affordances and challenges of the FC approach using the Activity Theory framework raises the PSTs awareness of the need to consider and pay greater attention to the complexities within the bounded system of the subject, object, mediational tools, rules, division of labour and the community involved in the planning, implementation and evaluation of the FC approach.
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Critical reflection, flipped classroom approach, pre-service teachers, learning experiences, activity theory
Training language teachers in e-learning environments
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KeanWah Lee
Submitted: Tuesday, 31 August 2021, 5:29 PM [JST]
Modified: Tuesday, 31 August 2021, 5:29 PM [JST]
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