Flipping Perceptions, Engagements and Realities: A Case Study


Nihan Kutahnecioglu INAN
Kavitha BALAKRISHNAN
Muhammed REFEQUE


ABSTRACT
Flipped learning is considered as an active and constructivist teaching and learning approach to enhance the learning experience of both students and teachers. This research, conducted within the framework proposed by Jonathan Bergmann, explores the students’ as well as teachers’ perception of flipped learning. The study uses both quantitative and qualitative methods to collect data from the respondents. Separate questionnaires were used to collect the information from teachers and students, and a structured interview was conducted with teachers. Total of 56 students and 14 teachers from an undergraduate business program participated in this study, and all the respondents had experience in flipped learning. Results show both the students and teachers hold a positive perception towards flipped approach, and they consider this approach as an innovative way of teaching and learning. Study also identified the factors affecting the effectiveness of flipped classrooms and provides necessary recommendations for its successful implementation.


KEYWORDS: Flipped learning, student engagement, personalized instruction, technology integration, peer assistance, collaborative learning, self-learning.

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