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16-8-2018 12:00 AM

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The flipped classroom model has risen in popularity as an approach that can increase the flexibility of learning while improving the learning outcomes of traditional lecture-based classes. However, existing work on emerging learning environments sheds limited light on factors that can result in the success or failure of learning outcomes in such environments. In this study, we conduct cluster analysis and post-hoc analyses to holistically examine the consequences of learning activities in the context of IS education. Scrutinizing a rich set of data, including students’ clickstream and instructor’s grade details in two ERP fundamentals flipped classes (N = 56), we attempt to reveal the combination of activities that lead to students’ superior academic performance. The results of our analyses indicate that students in flipped ERP courses considerably benefit from the use of concept checks and analytics in combination with simulation games. We discuss the implications of our findings for research and practice.

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Aug 16th, 12:00 AM

Understanding ERP Learning Success in Flipped Classrooms

The flipped classroom model has risen in popularity as an approach that can increase the flexibility of learning while improving the learning outcomes of traditional lecture-based classes. However, existing work on emerging learning environments sheds limited light on factors that can result in the success or failure of learning outcomes in such environments. In this study, we conduct cluster analysis and post-hoc analyses to holistically examine the consequences of learning activities in the context of IS education. Scrutinizing a rich set of data, including students’ clickstream and instructor’s grade details in two ERP fundamentals flipped classes (N = 56), we attempt to reveal the combination of activities that lead to students’ superior academic performance. The results of our analyses indicate that students in flipped ERP courses considerably benefit from the use of concept checks and analytics in combination with simulation games. We discuss the implications of our findings for research and practice.