Flipped Classroom Learning Model and Its Availability in Turkish Education

Erhan Akın


Technological developments, which entered into educational environment, led up new developments on behalf of rescuing education from locking in certain environments by expanding its domain. One of these developments, subject of our study, is the learning model called Flipped Classroom. In this model, students are able to continue their education without depending on their teachers and classrooms and breaking off from them. This model may be more effective particularly for the courses aimed at teaching skills. Turkish education is a course thought for basic language skills. Basic language skills require practice rather than theory. Learning and teaching of a skill can be provided as a result of effective use of the practice environment. It is expected to be learned at the highest level by a model which is called Flipped Classroom and settled to the literature as "Flipped Classroom". For this purpose, the field related to Flipped Classroom model was browsed at first, and then theoretical framework of the study was created by reaching relevant sources and the emphasis was laid on the availability of this model in Turkish education. Recommendations related to field of the study were made.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v4i11.1825


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