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Presentation
Flipping the Classroom in an Undergraduate Kinesiology Class: Basic Need Satisfaction, Motivation, and Academic Performance
Paper accepted to the Hawaii International Conference on Education (2016)
  • Diana Sturges, Georgia Southern University
  • Jody L. Langdon, Georgia Southern University
  • Bobby Schlote, Georgia Southern University
Abstract
The session will facilitate a discussion about the use of a flipped classroom model in an undergraduate Research Methods class and the effects of the model on Exercise Science majors' basic need satisfaction, motivation, academic performance, and attitudes. The session will present comparisons between course sections on all measures, a description of teaching methods and implications for practice.
Keywords
  • Flipped classroom model,
  • Basic need satisfaction,
  • Motivation,
  • Academic performance
Publication Date
January 5, 2016
Location
Honolulu, HI
Citation Information
Diana Sturges, Jody L. Langdon and Bobby Schlote. "Flipping the Classroom in an Undergraduate Kinesiology Class: Basic Need Satisfaction, Motivation, and Academic Performance" Paper accepted to the Hawaii International Conference on Education (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jody_langdon/78/