Departmental Bulletin Paper <研究ノート>新入生を対象とした上級英語クラスにおける反転学習の導入と効果の検討 : 長崎大学を事例として
<Notes>Effects of the Flipped Learning Model on Academic English Classes at a Japanese University: A Case Study of Nagasaki University

奥田, 阿子  ,  三保, 紀裕  ,  森, 朋子  ,  溝上, 慎一

21pp.41 - 52 , 2015-12-01 , 京都大学高等教育研究開発推進センター
This paper aims to clarify the effects of the flipped learning model on first-year university students in Japan. Recent research has found that the English proficiency level of Japanese high school students is declining. Many universities have tried to address this issue through e-learning. However, problems concerning autonomy, comprehensibility, and time have prevented its success. This paper considers flipped learning as an alternative solution to problems in Japanese English education. On the basis of grades, questionnaires, and time spent studying this study compared students who took an e-leaning class to students who took a flipped class. Analysis of the results provides evidence that flipped learning promotes deeper learning in a more time efficient manner. However, there are indications that these positive effects may be highly dependent upon the class and how it is implemented.

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