An Innovative Learning Model in Digital Age: Flipped Classroom

Mustafa Çevikbaş, Ziya Argün


The study aimed to emphasize that digital revolution has crucial influences on the field of education as in many other fields. The relevant influences have led to radical changes in terms of teaching and learning approaches approved in the field of education. The students in our age have quite different characteristics when compared to the past, and their expectations have been shaped accordingly. Hence, it is quite difficult to draw interest and curiosity of the students today to learning activities through the traditional teaching approaches. Moreover, it is not easy to overcome some problems regarding teaching and learning by obsolete approaches. In this regard, the educators today show highly much interest in the innovative teaching approaches that address the needs of this age. One of those approaches is flipped classroom model. In this study, the conceptual and historical foundations of the flipped classroom model as being one of the popular instructional models in recent years, theoretical background of the model, and the advantages and disadvantages of the model in teaching processes were highlighted. Furthermore, interpretations concerning what kind of a role flipped classroom model would play to get over some problems in the field of education were included.

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Journal of Education and Training Studies  ISSN 2324-805X (Print)   ISSN 2324-8068 (Online)

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