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Student Engagement & Assessment in Flipped Classroom - Chapter Summary
You'll review student assessment and engagement in flipped classrooms when you study this informative chapter. These video and text lessons have been created by professional instructors and cover topics such as the definition and theory associated with student engagement, how teachers can identify student engagement when it takes place and strategies to encourage students to engage. To help make the study process as convenient as possible for you, our resources are accessible 24 hours a day on your mobile device or computer. Help from an instructor is just a few clicks away on the Dashboard.
How It Helps
- Encourages analysis: Once these strategies are implemented in the classroom, you'll also review ways to address common issues and assess your students so the process runs as smoothly as possible.
- Provides flexibility: Several different kinds of assessments are covered here, as well as instructions to prepare, match and administer them, giving you options to use in the classroom.
- Includes background support: Before utilizing these strategies with students, review the theory and definition of this concept so you have complete understanding.
Once these lessons are finished, you should be ready to:
- Explain the theory of student engagement
- Describe what student engagement looks like
- Outline effective strategies to use to promote student engagement
- Effectively assess student engagement in flipped classrooms
- Address some common issues with student engagement found in flipped classrooms
- Give examples of formative and summative assessments
- Understand how educational assessments are prepared
- Match assessment items to learning objectives
- Successfully give assessments in the classroom
1. Student Engagement: Definition & Theory
Find out what student engagement is, and its importance for learning. Learn about student engagement theory. Read the lesson then take a quiz to test your new knowledge.
2. What Does Student Engagement Look Like?
Student engagement is an integral part of learning at any grade level and is something you should strive for with every lesson. This lesson will help you identify what student engagement looks like so you can be sure you're achieving your goal.
3. Student Engagement Strategies
Students learn information in many different ways, which makes engaging diverse student populations challenging. In this lesson, we will define what it means to be actively engaged and explore several best practice strategies for engaging students.
4. Student Engagement Issues in Flipped Classrooms
There are several common challenges to engagement that teachers and students face in flipped classrooms. Addressing these challenges and implementing some thoughtful solutions will help keep the students engaged and keep the learning on track.
5. What is Formative Assessment? - Strategies & Examples
Formative assessment can help teachers plan the most effective instruction. In this lesson, you'll learn what formative assessments are, why they are important, and multiple strategies that you can implement in the classroom.
6. Summative Assessments: Examples & Types
Think of state exams, midterms, finals, graded papers, and standardized tests such as the SAT. They all have one thing in common - they are summative assessments! Find out more in this lesson.
7. Steps in Preparing Educational Assessments
Watch this video lesson to learn what you need to do in order to write an assessment that will meet your teaching goals and needs. Learn what you need to think about as you write and then administer your assessment.
8. Matching Assessment Items to Learning Objectives
This lesson explains the importance of matching assessment tools to learning objectives. The lesson defines both terms and highlights the importance of assessment validity and assessment depth.
9. Administering Assessments in the Classroom
While many students would probably prefer to go without them, assessments are an essential part of education. In this lesson, we look at how to properly administer assessments of all types in the classroom.
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Other chapters within the How to Flip Your Classroom course
- Introduction to Flipped Classrooms
- Constructivist Learning & Flipped Classrooms
- Active Learning & Flipped Classrooms
- Problem-Based Learning & Flipped Classrooms
- Collaborative Learning & Group Work in a Flipped Classroom
- Technology in Flipped Classrooms
- Developing Flipped Lessons
- Reflection & Growth in Flipped Classrooms
- Flipped Learning Case Studies