UNDERSTANDING THE STUDENS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE USING FLIPPED CLASSROOM MODEL.
Keywords:flipped classroom, academic achievement, blended learning
The flipped classroom has been shown in recent years to have a positive effect on students' motivation and academic performance. In this paper, the writer analyzes the students’ attitude towards this new teaching-learning model. There were 42 participant in this research. The results of the study show that there was a significant difference between the students’ achievement score. It was found that the scores for the students in the experimental groups with regard to academic achievement was higher than the scores for those in the control group. The differences between the both groups were statistically significant. It was revealed that the students were also generally satisfied with the flipped classroom model.
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