Enhancing Students’ Learning through Early Class Preparation

Clara A. Nkhoma, Mathews Nkhoma, Irfan ulhaq, Sang Q Mai
InSITE 2017  •  2017  •  pp. 085-095
Aim/Purpose: Development of a conceptual model linking early class preparation to improve class participation and performance.

Background: Class preparation and class participation are precursors for the students’ performance.

Methodology: Literature review.

Findings: In a student-centered class environment, class preparation remains essential for the successful collaboration and participation. The literature review in this stream reveals that little attention has been paid to undergraduate class levels.

Recommendation for Researchers: The literature review shows that there is a need for more research using undergraduate classes.

Future Research: Validation and application of model in different educational program and discipline settings
class preparation, class participation, conceptual model, grade performance, active learning, flipped-classroom
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