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An Examination of Video Content Delivery in Flipped Algebra Instruction

Tue, April 21, 8:15 to 9:45am, Virtual Room


Flipped instruction is an instructional model in which students are expected to watch videos or other multimedia outside of class. Typically, the videos are lecture videos meant to deliver content to students prior to the in-class segment of the lesson. Because mathematical content is typically delivered via these videos in flipped instruction, and because teachers implementing flipped instruction spend a large amount of time creating the videos, it is important that we examine the content, structure, and production of these videos. In this paper, we present our findings around the question, “What are the features of lecture videos assigned by Algebra 1 teachers utilizing flipped instruction?”