The best of all worlds: Combining the flipped classroom, game-based learning, and learning communities in a large technology integration course.

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2018-03-26
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Nadolny, Larysa
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Gleason, Benjamin
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This paper presents the use of a combination of pedagogical strategies in teaching a large undergraduate technology integration course. Course revisions include a motivating game-based learning structure, practitioner-focused design, and the flipped classroom model. Students perceived each course change positively with suggestions for refinement.

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This conference paper is published as Nadolny, L. and Gleason, B. (2018). The best of both worlds: Combining the flipped classroom, gamebased learning, and smaller breakout sessions in a large technology integration course. Paper presented at Annual Conference of Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, Washington, D.C., March 26-30.Posted with permission.

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