An action research study examining the results of student preparation, performance and perception when altering learning tools in a flipped classroom
Johnson, Bethany Jodean
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An action research design was used to determine preparation levels and performance of students in my Introduction to Sociology class when altering class preparation tools. Three sets of tools were examined, including (a) reading modules only, (b) lecture videos on YouTube, and (c) lecture videos I created. The research was conducted in a series of three cycles consisting of planning, action, gathering/evaluating data, and determining next actions. My instruction was most effective when implementing videos over reading modules only.