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Dr. Kok Yueh LEE
Universiti Teknologi Brunei (BSB, Brunei Darussalam)
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The use of flipped classroom in a higher education setting: students’ perspectives
Presentation abstract

This study investigates students’ perceptions and attitudes on the use of flipped classroom in a higher education institution in Brunei. Twenty-four first year students undertaking Professional Communication module took part in the flipped classroom exercise. Three flipped classroom sessions were conducted over 14 weeks. All students had to study the course materials and do research prior to the classes. A pre-questionnaire was administered at the start of the semester to investigate students’ knowledge towards flipped classroom. Three post-questionnaires were subsequently delivered after each exercise to investigate the students’ experiences with the flipped classroom. Prior to the exercise, majority of the students (93%) have not heard of flipped classroom. All students have used various means of online learning resources although they were somewhat indifferent towards the use of technology as part of their learning. The findings showed that most students expressed positive attitudes towards flipped classroom as it encouraged collaboration, motivation and allowed students to learn at their own pace, promoting independent learning. Whilst it is conclusive the flipped classroom exercise is favourable in the present study, it may not be suitable for all learning or subjects in higher education contexts having to factor in the course contents and learning outcomes. 

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flipped classroom, students’ perspectives, students’ attitudes, teaching and learning, higher education
E-learning, collaborative learning and blended learning
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Kok Yueh Lee
Submitted: Tuesday, 31 March 2020, 7:20 PM [JST]
Modified: Saturday, 16 October 2021, 12:15 PM [JST]
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