The survey was given via Google Forms. I had 69 of my 72 students complete the survey.
After each question are just a few personal reflections and thoughts that came to mind when I considered the results.
Do you watch the Flipped Classroom videos on time?
Do you find the WSQ discussions at the beginning of class helpful?
2. Appropriate level of questions where students feel confident enough to know the answers but challenged enough to still have some questions for their classmates - Sometimes good, sometimes bad
3. Group expectations for what a WSQ conversation looks like and sounds like (modeled well at the beginning of the year)- Not consistently modeled and expectations unclear since we started in the middle of the year.
4. Accountability for all group members via a group interview, written reflection, etc at end of discussion time. - Not consistently present.
Do you find taking quizzes on the specific concepts helpful?
Do you find making videos on the specific concepts helpful?
How confident do you feel about the material AFTER watching the video but BEFORE coming to class to work on problems?
How confident do you feel about the material AFTER watching the video and AFTER coming to class to work on problems with others?
Please describe the amount of effort you have been putting in during your time AT HOME?
Please describe the amount of effort you have been putting in during your time IN CLASS?
What is the MOST HELPFUL part of the "flipped classroom"?
People may select more than one checkbox, so percentages may add up to more than 100%.