International Journal of Educational Studies and Policy
Yazarlar: İlke Evin Gencel
Anahtar Kelimeler:Flipped learning,Instructional design,Graduate education,Phenomenological design
Özet: Flipped learning is one of the practices brought about by in the field of technology and pedagogy developments. It is referred to by this name since it reverses the conventional understanding of education. Flipped learning offers students a flexible learning environment and access to information on their request. Also, teachers have the opportunity to get to know their students in a better way and to observe their progress rather than focusing on theoretical information during the course. In this study, it was aimed to investigate experiences and views of the graduates on flipped learning in the course of Curriculum Development. For this purpose, the study was designed in accordance with the phenomenological design which is one of the qualitative research methods. The participants of this study were consisted of nine graduate students. The data were collected through a semi-structured interview form and analyzed through content analysis based on coding. Codes were collected under the themes of “contribution to learning”, “contribution to the learner”, “contribution to the learning environment” and “limitations”. Participants generally considered flipped learning positively, however, they stated that it had some limitations such as feeling of being lonely during learning process and technical problems.