Be part of an important flipped-mastery learning research study
Are you a high school math teacher?
Do you have experience teaching high school math courses (Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Fourth Courses: Precalculus, Calculus or AP Calculus, Advanced Statistics, Discrete Mathematics) using both a flipped-mastery system of learning and the traditional direct instruction/homework model of instruction?
If you answered YES to these questions, you may be eligible to participate in a flipped-mastery learning study.
The purpose of this survey is to use high school mathematics teachers’ perceptions to assess the efficiency of flipped-mastery learning as an instructional method to meet student learning outcomes, when compared to the traditional direct instruction/homework model of instruction. There are no risks to participating in this study other than providing your information. To be in the study, you will be asked to complete a survey using Concordia University’s Qualtrics system. Completing this survey should take less than 15 minutes of your time.
Follow this link to the survey: