CONTEMPORARY EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
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A HyFlex-Flipped Class in Action Learning: A Connectivist MOOC for Creative Problem-Solving

Jaitip Nasongkhla 1 * , Siridej Sujiva 1

CONT ED TECHNOLOGY, Volume 14, Issue 4, Article No: ep392

https://doi.org/10.30935/cedtech/12554

Submitted: 31 August 2022, Published Online: 19 October 2022

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Abstract

This design research aims to propose a HyFlex strategy for students and participants in the workplace using massive open online course (MOOC) flipped between the two settings, an active in-classroom to an action learning in the workplace. The research methods were designed into two major parts, where the first part was a design stage which included the review and design process, while the second part involved case studies. The learning design is analogous to an origami paper folding system that processes the diversified questioning of real-world problems and recursively reflects the thought, action, and solutions to the problems. The case studies showed a statistically significant increase in participants’ creative problem-solving at the 0.5 level.

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