### Abstract

Original language | English |
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Title of host publication | Making+Connections |

Subtitle of host publication | 2019 Mathematical Association of Victoria Annual Conference Proceedings |

Editors | Jennifer Hall, Hazel Tan |

Place of Publication | Victoria Australia |

Publisher | The Mathematical Association of Victoria |

Pages | 28-33 |

Number of pages | 6 |

ISBN (Print) | 9781876949631 |

Publication status | Published - 2019 |

Event | Mathematical Association of Victoria Annual Conference 2019: Making+Connections - La Trobe University Bundoora, Melbourne, Australia Duration: 5 Dec 2019 → 6 Dec 2019 Conference number: 56th |

### Conference

Conference | Mathematical Association of Victoria Annual Conference 2019 |
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Abbreviated title | MAV 2019 |

Country | Australia |

City | Melbourne |

Period | 5/12/19 → 6/12/19 |

### Cite this

*Making+Connections: 2019 Mathematical Association of Victoria Annual Conference Proceedings*(pp. 28-33). Victoria Australia: The Mathematical Association of Victoria.

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*Making+Connections: 2019 Mathematical Association of Victoria Annual Conference Proceedings.*The Mathematical Association of Victoria, Victoria Australia, pp. 28-33, Mathematical Association of Victoria Annual Conference 2019, Melbourne, Australia, 5/12/19.

**Flipped learning : a mathematics experience for Year 9 boys.** / Kalogeropoulos, Penelope; Liyanage, Angela.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference Paper › Other › peer-review

TY - GEN

T1 - Flipped learning

T2 - a mathematics experience for Year 9 boys

AU - Kalogeropoulos, Penelope

AU - Liyanage, Angela

PY - 2019

Y1 - 2019

N2 - Flipped learning is a pedagogical approach where students are introduced to the learning material before class. Classroom time is then used to deepen student understanding through peer discussion and collaborative tasks. This innovative pedagogical approach was implemented in mathematics lessons for a Year 9 class of all boys at a school in metropolitan Melbourne. Teacher reflections and feedback from students and parents were used to evaluate this approach. Students’ engagement and autonomy have increased. Suggestions to improve the flipped learning approach have been identified by the teacher.

AB - Flipped learning is a pedagogical approach where students are introduced to the learning material before class. Classroom time is then used to deepen student understanding through peer discussion and collaborative tasks. This innovative pedagogical approach was implemented in mathematics lessons for a Year 9 class of all boys at a school in metropolitan Melbourne. Teacher reflections and feedback from students and parents were used to evaluate this approach. Students’ engagement and autonomy have increased. Suggestions to improve the flipped learning approach have been identified by the teacher.

M3 - Conference Paper

SN - 9781876949631

SP - 28

EP - 33

BT - Making+Connections

A2 - Hall, Jennifer

A2 - Tan, Hazel

PB - The Mathematical Association of Victoria

CY - Victoria Australia

ER -