Title

Student Achievement in a Flipped Class Environment

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Science (MS)

Department

Mathematics

Date of Award

Summer 2020

Abstract

A staggering amount of STEM prospects will not complete introductory courses. This is in part due to outdated lecturing styles with little to no influence on student comprehension. The purpose of this quasi-experimental study is to investigate student achievement in a flipped class environment. Participants are calculus II students in a flipped or a non-flipped classroom who volunteered test scores to be analyzed and compared. After analyzing the data there proved to be no significant difference in test achievement however there was a significant difference in final grade distribution.

Advisor

Rebecca A. Dibbs

Subject Categories

Mathematics | Physical Sciences and Mathematics

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