The increasing digitalization in Higher Education Institutions constantly provides lecturers with new chances and opportunities. One of the digital course designs resulting from digitalization is the Flipped Classroom (FC). However, digital teaching should not only focus on technology, but also on the Learning Objectives (LOs) that need to be set by the teacher and achieved by students to ensure Learning Success. In an FC, simpler LOs such as Remember and Understand can be outsourced to an online self-study. This enables teachers to address more complex LOs in the in-class time. However, it remains unclear which LOs resulting in Leaning Outcomes can best predict Learning Success in an FC. To close this research gap, the present paper provides significant research results on the effects of affective and cognitive LOs on Learning Success. Thus, a contribution is made to future FC design based on deliberately set LOs
Voigt, Christin; Blömer, Linda; and Hoppe, Uwe, "Learning Objectives, Learning Outcomes and Learning Success in a Flipped Classroom Course – A Quantitative Analysis" (2021). PACIS 2021 Proceedings. 176.
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