سنتزپژوهی بازده‌های آموزشی کلاس معکوس در فعالیت‌های یاددهی-یادگیری

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چکیده

پژوهش حاضر با هدف شناسایی بازده­های آموزشی کلاس معکوس با استفاده از روش سنتزپژوهی انجام گرفت، از این رو واحد تحلیل، شامل کلیه پژوهش­های علمی مرتبط بود که باتوجه به جست و جوی منظم در پایگاه­های اطلاعاتی داخلی و خارجی بر اساس معیارهای ورود تعداد 1298 پژوهش علمی شناسایی و در نهایت بر اساس معیارهای خروج تعداد 106 پژوهش جهت تحلیل نهایی انتخاب شد. برای فراهم آوردن اطلاعات مورد نیاز، از فرم کاربرگ طراحی شده توسط محقق استفاده گردید و برای اطمینان از نحوه کدگذاری­ها از دونفر ارزشیاب جهت کدگذاری مجدد یافته­ها استفاده شد. جهت تحلیل یافته­ها از الگوی شش مرحله­ای سنتزپژوهی روبرتس با استفاده از روش­های کدگذاری باز و محوری از نرم افزار Nvivo-8 استفاده شد. نتایج نشان داد کاربست کلاس معکوس در آموزش منجر به وقوع 119 نوع بازده آموزشی می­شود که باتوجه به دسته بندی کردن بازده­ها در محورهای کلی این بازده­ها شامل 7 بعد در حیطه­های زمانی، تعامل، مهارت، فردی، گروهی، تحصیلی و تدریس می­شد که بیشترین بازده آموزشی آن متوجه فرد بود.

چکیده تصویری

سنتزپژوهی بازده‌های آموزشی کلاس معکوس در فعالیت‌های یاددهی-یادگیری

کلیدواژه‌ها


عنوان مقاله [English]

Research synthesis of the educational outputs of the flipped classroom in teaching and learning activities

چکیده [English]

The aim of the present study was to identify the flipped classroom educational outputsvia a synthesis research method. Therefore, the analysis unit consisted of all related scientific studies, which were based on systematic searches in internal and external databases based on the inclusion criteria of 1298 scientific researches was identified and finally, based on the inclusion criteria, 106 studies were selected for the final analysis. To collect the required data, a researcher-madeworksheet was employed and to ensure the used coding, two examiners were asked to re-encode the findings. For analyzing the data, Roberts’six-step synthesis model was used via open and axial coding methods in Nvivo-8 software. Results indicated that applying flipped classroom instruction totraining led to the occurrence of 119 types of educational outputs, which according to the classification of efficiencies in the overall axis of those outputs, including 7 temporal, interaction, skill, personal, group, educational, and teaching dimensionsamong whichthe individual dimension achievedthe highest educational output.

کلیدواژه‌ها [English]

  • Flipped classroom
  • Teaching-learning activities
  • The research synthesis

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