Unlocking the Power of Flipped Learning: Revolutionizing Science Education

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  • Indra Raj Upadhyaya Central Department of Education, FOE, T.U.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3126/lecj.v5i1.60115

Keywords:

Flipped learning (FL), Science learning (SL), emerging trends, challenges, student engagement (SE)

Abstract

Flipped learning (FL) is an increasingly popular approach in SL that shows great promise for improving student learning outcomes and engagement. This review article explores the potential benefits and future research directions in FL in science learning (SL). Emerging trends in FL include the use of interactive video tools, mobile learning, and virtual and augmented reality technologies. Future research could investigate the effectiveness of these tools in enhancing SE and learning outcomes in SL, as well as their impact on student motivation and self-regulated learning (SRL). The article presents a comprehensive literature review that summarizes the previous research findings and highlights the effectiveness of FL in SL. However, implementing FL presents unique challenges, such as the need for access to technology and the time commitment required for both students and teachers. The article provides best practices for implementing FL in SL, which includes a focus on student-centered learning, interactive activities, and ongoing assessment. FL has the potential to revolutionize SL and improve student outcomes. It is a flexible and dynamic approach that can be adapted to different science disciplines and learning contexts. Therefore, the article emphasizes the need for further research in FL and the importance of its implementation in SL.

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Author Biography

Indra Raj Upadhyaya, Central Department of Education, FOE, T.U.

Department of Science and Environment Education

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Published

2023-11-23

How to Cite

Upadhyaya, I. R. (2023) “Unlocking the Power of Flipped Learning: Revolutionizing Science Education”, Journal of Lumbini Engineering College, 5(1), pp. 4–16. doi: 10.3126/lecj.v5i1.60115.

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Research Articles