M. Manenova, R. Špilka

University of Hradec Kralove (CZECH REPUBLIC)
Evaluation of teaching quality in normal conditions in elementary school focuses on the results and lessons on the process. Experience shows that the emphasis on a continuous page gives more opportunities for researchers to know the dynamics of the processes of teaching and learning. We are seeing continuous improvement methodologies and tools as in other areas of educational research is strongly advocate qualitative methods, or new mixed research methodology. However, quantitative approach is currently interesting data and leads to reflection on teaching. An example is a worldwide method FIAS (Flanders Interaction Analysis System). Its principle is to describe the interaction between teacher and pupils through pre-defined categories of activities. At present, more and more emphasis on the use of online learning materials in the educational process. This increasing pressure opens the discussion to change the educational model. One option to change the educational reality is flipped classroom. The paper presents results of the research, which was followed by FIAS educational communication using a flipped classroom model in elementary school. The outcome of the interaction characteristics of lessons processed using by statistical methods. This paper describes the possibility of evaluation lessons using a structured observation. Our study looked at the use of information and communication technologies in the teaching of mathematics on elementary school. Specifically, it was the implementation of the flipped classroom method to conventional teaching classes on elementary school. The experimental instruction lasted one semester. During this experiment were monitored student performance and teaching reflection. The goal of the project was to determine whether the use of inverse methods class affects the activity of pupils in the classroom. As basic research method was chose a structured observation FIAS (Flanders Interaction Analysis System). This method was extended to a total on 16 categories. We recorded lessons in the experimental and control classes and the resulting subsequently processed into interaction characteristics. Using statistical methods (t-test, Mann-Whitney test) was performed comparing the interaction characteristics of the classes.