2 The Inverted Classroom Mastery Model – A Diary Study

Jürgen Handke

The Inverted Classroom Model (ICM) in its basic form swaps the two central activities of teaching and learning. A digital initial phase of content delivery and content acquisition is followed by an in-class phase. In his contribution to the conference volume 2013, Handke discussed a fundamental modification to this basic model, the Inverted Classroom Mastery Model (ICMM) and provided first impressionistic judgments.

Now, one year later, he can present a wealth of data that not only confirms the initial judgments but also suggest several beneficiary effects, such as student involvement, ‘mastery learning’ and in-class participation.

The data was collected in two large on-campus ...

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