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Flipped Classrooms and Online Learning: Student Perception and Feedback

14 October 2022 @ 11:00 am 12:00 pm EDT

A Faculty of Arts & Science Teaching and Learning Community of Practice

The Use of Flipped Classroom Techniques in Non-Computational Courses
Daniel Gregory, Assistant Professor, Earth Sciences

One of the results of the pandemic is many of us now have video-taped versions of our lectures. Since this is one of the more time-consuming aspects of developing flipped classroom lectures, it opens the door for more people to utilize this technique. In this presentation I will go through the results of a 3-year study investigating the use of flipped classroom lectures in my fourth-year mineral deposits course. We will review how the lectures were designed and implemented and assess the effectiveness of the technique using a combination of student feedback forms, comparative results exam questions, and post course interviews.

Understanding How Students Perceive Online Language Learning

Yujeong Choi, Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream, East Asian Studies
Yasuyo Tomita, Sessional Lecturer, OISE (Winter 2023)
Kyoungrok Ko, Associate Professor, Teaching Stream, East Asian Studies

In second language acquisition (SLA), research has shown that learning achievement is closely associated with satisfaction (Palmer & Holt, 2009). It is widely believed that learner satisfaction in the learning process, as well as achievement, is important but lower in online courses (Russell & Murphy-Judy, 2021). There has been little research conducted on online language learning and student satisfaction in an online-only context. This study explores the perceptions of learners about online language learning, especially satisfaction, during the recent pandemic that necessitated online learning.

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The Faculty of Arts & Science Teaching & Learning Community of Practice (CoP) was established in 2015 to create a collegial forum for faculty and instructors to meet and share teaching practices and strategies across fields and disciplines. This CoP is coordinated by Andrew Dicks (Professor, Teaching Stream and Associate Chair, Undergraduate, Department of Chemistry).
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