Incorporating the student’s preferences regarding pace, methods, and contents into teaching is particularly hard in today’s higher education, providing courses to large numbers of students often over electronic media. Such personalised learning can be implemented via self-regulated learning approaches using the method of the flipped classroom. However, literature on the design and evaluation of such courses is scarce. Evaluation models and instruments are not adapted to the specific nature of the flipped classroom yet, combining presence and online teaching. The present paper aims at conceptualising a holistic approach towards an evaluation concept for personalised learning. Based on an overview of evaluation models in the learning sciences and information systems domains an evaluation concept is presented and applied to a course instantiation focusing on the topics of (1) fulfilment of general requirements and effects on (2) learning outcomes, (3) adoption, and (4) individual factors of the students.
Melzer, Philipp and Schoop, Mareike, "Towards a Holistic Evaluation Concept for Personalised Learning in Flipped Classrooms (21)" (2017). UK Academy for Information Systems Conference Proceedings 2017. 83.