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|Why do student perceptions of academic performance improve? The influence of acquired competences and formative assessment in a flipped classroom environment
|Ruiz-Jiménez, M Carmen
|The university system must be able to respond to the growing demand for graduates with certain skills that guarantee their employability. A key requirement of this goal is the use of different teaching-learning methods, such as the flipped classroom methodology. However, although some studies have shown the advantages of this model, more research is needed to identify the reasons for these positive effects and the contexts in which it works best. In this paper, we analyse the perceptions of students of six undergraduate subjects at the University of Jaén (Spain) concerning their acquired competences and the formative assessment received in a flipped classroom environment. In addition, we analyse whether these two variables influence these student perceptions of achieving better academic outcomes. The results show that both aspects explain student perceptions of better performance and are key elements in the provision of a better learning environment. In this way, these results contribute to the literature concerning the positive effects of a flipped classroom on the teaching-learning process in higher education.
|Proyecto de Innovación Docente de la Universidad de Jaén titulado ‘Aulas invertidas (Flipped Classroom): Una nueva forma de enseñar y aprender’, Financiado por la Universidad de Jaén (España) como parte del ‘Plan de Innovación y Mejora Docente’ (PIMED-UJA 2019)
|Ruiz-Jiménez, M. C., Licerán-Gutiérrez, A., & Martínez-Jiménez, R. (2022). Why do student perceptions of academic performance improve? The influence of acquired competences and formative assessment in a flipped classroom environment. Active Learning in Higher Education, 14697874221133459.
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