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Flipped Classroom Model: An Innovative Practices in Education

Author(s) Mukta Tiwari, Dr. Sarita Dalal
Country India
Abstract In age of digital learning, educators believe that traditional classroom teaching practices, in which students are passive and the teacher has complete control in classroom activities, are insufficient. Changes in information and technology have an impact on education as well. In a new world where all the things are changing in a better way, classroom teaching is not untouched. Education, teachers, students, and the learning process are all evolving, and as a result, the expectations of students are changing as well. The requirement and expectation of number of students who complete the learning process varies. As a result, different teaching approaches are required to react to the demands of learners with differing expectations. The "Flipped Classroom Model," which has recently gained popularity, is one of these models. This flipped classroom model which become synonyms of active learning believe that lecture or direct instruction is not the best way to use classroom time. Instead, students can get information before class and make them free for more activities that involve higher order thinking in a class room time. The efficient utilization of out-of-class time is demonstrated in this model. It is defined as doing assignments and activities that are intended to be taught outside of class since learners require teachers in the classroom. The aim of this study is to provide information about the Flipped Classroom Model's emergence, development process, foundation, and procedures, as well as to uncover unknown features of the model by addressing its impacts, advantages, and downsides in the context of literature.
Keywords Digital Learning, Flipped Classroom, Active Learning
Published In Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024
Published On 2024-01-25
Cite This Flipped Classroom Model: An Innovative Practices in Education - Mukta Tiwari, Dr. Sarita Dalal - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i01.12477
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