Blending Formative Assessments with Instruction: Enhancing Learning Outcomes in a Flipped Classroom
Yeh Ching Low Sunway University, Malaysia
This presentation focuses on the significance of in-class formative assessments in optimizing learning outcomes within a flipped classroom environment. One of the main challenges in a flipped classroom approach to teaching is that some students do not adequately engage with pre-class materials. To bridge the gap between students who prepared and those who did not, during in-class sessions instruction is blended with formative assessments. This approach plays a pivotal role in highlighting key concepts, actively engaging students, gauging their understanding, and providing immediate feedback. In-class observations and feedback from students indicate that this approach is engaging and motivating.
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