An Application of Flipped Classroom Method in the Instructional Technologies and Material Development Course

İlknur Özpinar, Arzu Aydoğan Yenmez, Semirhan Gökçe

Abstract


A natural outcome of change in technology, new approaches towards teaching and learning have emerged and the applicability of the flipped classroom method, a new educational strategy, in the field of education has started to be discussed. It was aimed with the study to examine the effect of using flipped classroom method in academic achievements and motivations of students and reveal the student opinions. The quasi-experimental method was used in this study and the participants were 50 sophomores that studying Elementary Mathematics Education in a state university. The results of the study shows that flipped classroom method does not have a significant effect on improving students' perceptions of technology use, and the students in the experimental group were more successful and had higher levels of motivation than the students in the control group. It was also revealed that the students had positive thoughts about the implementation of flipped classroom method.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v4i12.1934

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