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|Title:||Integrating inquiry learning and knowledge management into a flipped classroom to improve students' web programming performance in higher education|
|Keywords:||Business, Management and Accounting|
|Abstract:||© 2019 Hong Kong Bao Long Accounting And Secretarial Limited. All rights reserved. In view of the benefits of inquiry-based learning and knowledge management (KM) in triggering students' communication and knowledge construction and the benefits of a flipped classroom in engaging student learning in- and out-of-classroom, this study proposed to integrate inquiry learning and KM into a flipped classroom to cultivate student webprogramming learning performance in a higher education setting. Fifty-one university students participated in a web-programming course. The students in the experimental group used the proposed approach, while those in the control group used the conventional inquiry-based flipped classroom approach. The results indicated that integrating KM and inquiry-based approach into a flipped classroom can improve students' programming skills and code comprehension and help them learn more effectively with better learning achievements.|
|Appears in Collections:||CMUL: Journal Articles|
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