Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
The current study investigated the use of technology, specifically flipped classroom practices, in a high school math classroom. This study took place in a rural Maine high school to discover what effects the flipped classroom would have on student achievement, student self-efficacy, and homework completion in an Algebra 2 course. The participants were 43 students, from 8th to 12th grader, in 5 Algebra 2 courses. The researcher compared performance on classroom assessments in both conditions and found no statistical significance on performance. The majority of participants reported no change in self efficacy following the flipped classroom, and the researcher observed a slight increase in homework completion during the flipped classroom
Arnold, Chelsae, "The Influence of a Flipped Classroom on Student Achievement, Homework Completion, and Student Perceptions in a High School Algebra 2 Class" (2015). M.S.Ed. in Educational Leadership Research Projects. 45.