Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Flipped classrooms--Education (Secondary);
As schools incorporate flipped instruction into the classroom, it is important to understand the effectiveness of flipped learning and its pedagogical shift. This literature review analyzed 24 peer-reviewed empirical studies out of 30 articles that explore the effectiveness of flipped learning versus a traditional learning style on student achievement and student engagement in general and the promotion of student-centered learning activities when using a flipped learning environment in particularly. Studies selected for the review were conducted in secondary classrooms after the year 2000 with sound research methodology.
The major findings reveal that flipped learning can lead to higher student achievement and student engagement as a result of implementing student-centered teaching approaches. Recommendations for implementation of flipped learning and future research are discussed.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
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©2016 Abigail M. Fish
Fish, Abigail M., "The effects of flipped learning on students in secondary education" (2016). Graduate Research Papers. 739.