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Comparative Analysis of Flipped Learning and Other Learning Methods

Azeta, A. A. and FATINIKUN, DEBORAH O and Oyeyemi, Ige O. and Ogese, Mark O. and OGUNDE, Abisola (2018) Comparative Analysis of Flipped Learning and Other Learning Methods. In: International Conference on e-Learning.

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The modern day learning has moved from teacher-centered to learner-centered. Educational learning skills have gradually grown from cognitive skills to affective things, such as the feeling of students, the belief system and personal attitude. This evolution has infused multifaceted communication skills, self-management, non-routine problem solving, adaptability and systems thinking as vital skills in the educational sector. Technology-enhanced learning has continued to reform different learning methods for the 21st century world, where a universal perspective and cooperative skills are vital. The interest in modern day learning has led to so many learning methods. Educational learning skills have drastically moved from cognitive skills to affective things, such as the feeling of students, the belief system and personal attitude for able-bodied and visually impaired learners. In recent years, there has been an increasing interest in applying the modern day learning methods in the educational system. The focus of this study is to compare flipped learning and other learning methods such as inquiry-based learning, project-based learning and problem-based learning and. A Random sampling technique was used to select the articles that were used for analysis. The attributes engaged for comparative analysis includes case studies 1 and 2. For case study 1, the following attributes were considered: Discussions, Accountability, Facilitation, Apprenticeship, Tutorial, Attendance, Engagement, Performance and Learning attitude. Case study 2 used Efficiency, Portability, Effectiveness, Interoperability and Flexibility. After a detailed review of the various research papers on learning methods, it was found that each learning method differs from each other based on their efficiency; effectiveness and perfect learning support tools for students, although some were similar. However, the results of findings show that the flipped learning model performs better among the four learning methods investigated. The project-based learning model nearly matches the flipped learning model. Flipped learning model as described in this paper will move educational system from instructor-centered to learner-centered system, which will help student to be an independent learner, accountable and responsible for their learning.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Flipped learning, Inquiry-based learning, Industry, Applications, Visually Impaired
Subjects: Q Science > Q Science (General)
Q Science > QA Mathematics > QA75 Electronic computers. Computer science
Divisions: Faculty of Engineering, Science and Mathematics > School of Electronics and Computer Science
Depositing User: Mrs Hannah Akinwumi
Date Deposited: 12 Mar 2019 08:42
Last Modified: 12 Mar 2019 08:42

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