Systematic Literature Review: Learning Design Using the Flipped Classroom Model to Improve Learning Outcomes and Student Participation (69324)
Session Chair: Lorna Dimatatac
Sunday, 28 May 2023 09:55
Session: Session 1
Room: Room 704
Presentation Type:Oral Presentation
With the help of any time, anywhere access to online technologies, the flipped classroom learning approach focuses on students' needs to improve learning efficiency. One style of learning is called a "flipped classroom", which combines face-to-face synchronous interaction with online, individual learning. This study aims to analyze the use of the flipped classroom model to improve learning outcomes and student participation. The research method used is Systematic Literature Review (SLR) developed based on the PRISMA method. The search strategy is adapted to similar research and involves several variables: year of publication, journal index, research material methodology, and research results. Data collection is done by documenting all articles with similar research in reports. The articles that will be analyzed in this study are 25 journal articles obtained from the Scopus database using Harzing's Publish or Perish application over a period of 2 years, from 2020 to 2022. The data obtained is presented in a qualitative descriptive manner. The results of this study prove that the use of the flipped classroom model in online learning in various countries is useful for increasing student learning outcomes and participation.
Riana Tambunan, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Indonesia
Dasim Budimansyah, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Indonesia
About the Presenter(s)
Riana Tambunan is an Indonesian citizen and is a postgraduate student at the Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, majoring in Citizenship Education. Her research interests include social, technology, and media in learning.
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