Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Active learning; Flipped classrooms; Academic achievement;
The purpose of this literature review is to examine the effects the flipped classroom has on student achievement, student attitudes and teacher perceptions. Thirty peer-reviewed journal articles were reviewed and analyzed. Three themes emerged from the review: student achievement, student attitudes and teacher perception. It was found that the flipped classroom was a positive experience within a majority of the studies. Since little research has been done in the K-8 level for content areas outside of math and science, it is recommended that further research to be done in a larger variety of content areas at the primary and secondary grade levels.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
1 PDF file (54 pages)
©2016 Britta Adams
Adams, Britta, "The effect of flipped instruction on student learning : perspectives from students and teachers" (2016). Graduate Research Papers. 643.