June 27th, 2012
Flipped Classrooms: Improved Test Scores and Teacher Satisfaction
The preliminary results of our TeacherView Survey on Flipped Learning are in based on responses from close to 500 teachers nationwide. These results should make any school or district administrator look seriously into how to begin flipping instruction broadly.
Here’s a quick sample of the findings. Click on the infographic to expand:
- 66% of surveyed teachers reported that their students’ standardized test scores have INCREASED since they began flipped instruction.
- 80% report that their students’ attitudes have improved since flipped instruction began.
- 88% of teachers report that their job satisfaction has improved since flipping the classroom (with 46% reporting significant improvement).
So what you’re saying is that flipped learning leads to improved student performance, attitudes, and teacher satisfaction? That’s what teachers are saying. Say hello to our friends at the Flipped Learning Network who helped us put this together. ClassroomWindow and FLN will release a final report based on this survey in the fall of 2012. Stay tuned and please take the survey if you haven’t done so already!