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Flipping the Classroom in a Teacher Education Course

Flipping the Classroom in a Teacher Education Course
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Author(s): Patricia Dickenson (National University, USA)
Copyright: 2014
Pages: 18
Source title: Promoting Active Learning through the Flipped Classroom Model
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Jared Keengwe (University of North Dakota, USA), Grace Onchwari (University of North Dakota, USA)and James N. Oigara (Canisius College, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-4987-3.ch008


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Teacher education preparation programs prepare pre-service teachers for K-12 classrooms. In order to best prepare pre-service teachers, higher education institutions must be cognizant of the changes that are occurring in today’s K-12 classes. The flipped model is an approach to instruction where direct instruction and lecture is viewed at home and class time is used for collaboration and project-based learning. This approach to instruction is becoming increasingly popular in primary and secondary education classrooms throughout the United States. It is important to examine how a flipped classroom approach may influence pre-service teachers in a university preparation program. This chapter explores a case study that examined the flipped classroom in a teacher education course compared to a traditional course.

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