“The flipped classroom is a teaching model that movesmost of the teacher-centred instruction out of the classroomto free up time in the classroom for more student-centredlearning activities” (Låg & Sæle, 2019, p. 1). When we discuss the use of technology in the classes, most articles discuss the flipped classroom. But the questions are; do they improve student education and fulfilment? The article does not provide direct proof that it benefits students learning. The argument is that the students have a more active role in a flipped classroom and have more meaningful learning. The learners have to think and focus more on what they are doing. There is a stronger relationship between the student and teacher that can succeed in academic improvement. This research paper provides a study that shows mixed results. The conclusion of the study is not a clear answer to the questions. But there will be a least a small positive effect with flipped classrooms on the student’s education.
Låg, T., & Sæle, R. G. (2019). Does the Flipped Classroom Improve Student Learning and Satisfaction? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. AERA Open, 5(3), 233285841987048. https://doi.org/10.1177/2332858419870489