Cogency Of Flipped Classroom on Students’ Performance in Mathematics in The Modern World
ISSN: 1989 – 9572
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Universidad de Granada
Flipped classroomMathematics performanceMathematics in the Modern World
Manuel A. Belango, Dme,Catalina G. Carag, Mat (2022). Cogency Of Flipped Classroom On Students’ Performance In Mathematics In The Modern World Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, Vol. 13(1). 149 – 155. DOI: [10.47750/jett.2022.13.01.017]
The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of a flipped classroom on the performance of students in the subject Mathematics in the Modern World. The study made used an experimental design, namely a pre-posttest design, for this investigation. Before and after the research was conducted, both groups of respondents were given a 50-item test created by the researchers and administered by them. Students' pre- and post-test results were submitted for data analysis, which included mean and t-test for independent samples for each group of students. The subjects in both groups performed satisfactorily and were comparable before the experiment, according to the findings of the study. But after conducting a posttest, it was discovered that the results of the control and experimental groups were good and skilled in their respective areas of performance. Moreover, it was discovered that the flipped classroom is an exciting educational strategy that has the ability to significantly assist teachers in their classroom instruction while also ensuring that students receive the best possible learning experience.