The flipped classroom model is gaining momentum as a means of increasing student engagement, integrating more technology and improving learning outcomes. We’ve published a new white paper that explores the use of the flipped classroom approach in legal research & writing courses.
To what extent are Legal Research & Writing faculty adopting the flipped classroom and how is it implemented? What are the benefits and how are student outcomes evaluated?
These questions are answered in a LexisNexis® survey of 220 legal research & writing professors and law librarians conducted in December, 2016. The result is a new white paper, Law Faculty Study Shows Better Results with Flipped Classroom. Key findings include:
- 75% of LR&W respondents use a flipped classroom approach
- Online videos and tutorials are the most popular flipped classroom teaching tools.
- 55%+ say learning improved
- Student engagement and enthusiasm top the list of success measurements
- 71% of faculty respondents are satisfied with the flipped classroom approach
At LexisNexis®, we continue to explore topics and support studies that are of interest to our customers, and we hope you find this information helpful.