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Flipped Learning, Pedagogy and Digital Technology: Establishing Consistent Practice to Optimise Lesson Time

Sargent, Julia and Casey, Ashley (2019). Flipped Learning, Pedagogy and Digital Technology: Establishing Consistent Practice to Optimise Lesson Time. European Physical Education Review (Early Access).

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Abstract

Flipped learning (FL) is a pedagogical approach that has scarcely been examined in physical education (PE). As a result, we have little information regarding what PE teachers think of the approach, how they apply it, or what perceived value it has for their teaching (Hinojo-Lucena et al., 2018). This research explores the reasons which two UK-based PE teachers gave for why and how they used FL to complement their use of digital technology (DigiTech). Their experiences and views are explored through a case study/appreciative inquiry approach. Data were generated from: (a) interviews with the teachers; (b) lesson observations; (c) field notes and (d) document analysis, all of which were analysed using grounded theory. The findings showed that each teacher used FL and DigiTech in nuanced ways to support their teaching. Despite personal differences, FL was established by both teachers as a consistent routine of practice to support the use of DigiTech. The teachers’ rationales for using FL hinged on their belief that: (a) it optimised the lesson time in which students could be physically active and (b) it supported their examination PE students. Overall, the results indicated that, when used in conjunction with DigiTech, FL has the potential to pedagogically support teachers’ teaching of PE. This is particularly pertinent given the limited time allocated in the curriculum to PE (some of which is inevitably lost in the changing rooms) and the perceived need for students to be physically active in lessons (Cale et al., 2016).

Item Type: Journal Item
Copyright Holders: 2019 The Authors
ISSN: 1741-2749
Keywords: physical education; flipped classroom; teachers; teaching; technology-enhanced learning; ICT
Academic Unit/School: Faculty of Wellbeing, Education and Language Studies (WELS)
Item ID: 58514
Depositing User: Julia Sargent
Date Deposited: 07 Jan 2019 16:47
Last Modified: 02 May 2019 15:52
URI: http://oro.open.ac.uk/id/eprint/58514
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